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What are Nonmonetary Contributions?

The Law OfficesVirginia Code §10-107.3(E) mandates the Court to consider both monetary and nonmonetary contributions when dividing the parties marital assets and debts. The following is a list of some of the nonmonetary contributions you may have made during the marriage:


HouseholdChildrenSpouse
Grocery shoppingGetting up in the middle of the nightEntertain colleagues
Cooking nutritional mealsChanging their diapersPrepare breakfast
Setting the dinner table, serving dinner and cleaning the table after dinnerBathing themHosting family get-togethers
Cleaning dishesBrushing their teethTaking care of the house
Laundry for the familyRead them booksEncouraging him/her
Decorating for the holidaysPurchase and play educational toys with themPurchase presents
Shopping and cooking special meals for the holidaysPlan play datesGive him/her massages when tensed
Hosting family partiesPlan and schedule extracurricular activitiesSchedule his/her doctor appointments
Organizing BBQ’s and other get-togethers with friends and neighborsAttend extracurricular activities
Paying all the bills on timeHelp with homework and school projects
Preparing the family budgetMake children breakfast and pack them lunches
Planning vacations for the familyPlan weekend activities
Gardening and yard workBuy clothes and their everyday needs
Scheduling repair workersSchedule and take them to all their doctor appointments
Maintaining the vehicles
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