West Virginia Code Chapter 48. Domestic Relations

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  • Article 1. General Provisions; Definitions
  • Article 2. Marriages
  • Article 3. Annulment or Affirmation of Marriage
  • Article 4. Separate Maintenance
  • Article 5. Divorce
  • Article 5A. Collaborative Family Law Proceedings
  • Article 6. Property Settlement or Separation Agreements
  • Article 7. Equitable Distribution of Property
  • Article 8. Spousal Support
  • Article 9. Custody of Children
  • Article 10. Grandparent Visitation
  • Article 11. Support of Children
  • Article 12. Medical Support
  • Article 13. Guidelines for Child Support Awards
  • Article 14. Remedies for the Enforcement of Support Obligations
  • Article 15. Enforcement of Support Order through Action Against License
  • Article 16. Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
  • Article 17. West Virginia Support Enforcement Commission
  • Article 18. Bureau for Child Support Enforcement
  • Article 19. Bureau for Child Support Enforcement Attorney
  • Article 20. Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
  • Article 22. Adoption
  • Article 23. Voluntary Adoption Registry
  • Article 24. Establishment of Paternity
  • Article 25. Change of Name
  • Article 26. Domestic Violence Act
  • Article 27. Prevention and Treatment of Domestic Violence
  • Article 28. Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act
  • Article 28A. Address Confidentiality Program
  • Article 29. Property, Rights and Liabilities of Married Women; Husband and Wife

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