VIRGINIA: Watts v. Watts, 40 Va. App. 685, 581 S.E.2d 224 (2003).
The trial court did not err by considering the adverse nonmonetary impact of the husband's adultery upon the family as one relevant factor in dividing the marital estate. Where the wife stated that items of property bought with her inherited funds were a gift to the marriage, and even listed the items as marital property in an inventory form in the divorce case, the items transmuted into marital property.
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