In the case of Lewis v. Lewis, the Virginia Court of Appeals, in a published opinion, upheld a trial court’s award of a pension plan and a profit sharing account to wife and an award of of attorney’s fees to wife. But, the Virginia Court of Appeals ruled the trial court did not have authority to order the husband to obtain life insurance listing wife as beneficiary to make up for the husband's destruction of wife's right to a lifetime pension under the the parties' property settlement agreement. The trial court properly calculated husband's monthly pension plan. As for the profit sharing plan, wife was entitled to interest which accrued on her share of the profit sharing plan from the date of separation until the date of distribution. Contrary to husband's position, the court had sufficient information before it to rule on the parties' financial ability to pay for their attorneys fees and the wife was not precluded from admitting evidence of her fees up until the time of argument because the case was not set to conclude until that argument.