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Our Child Custody Attorneys Have Experience In All Family Law Matters

Spousal Support
Spousal support can be sought in cases when the parties have been married for a substantial period and have a significant disparity in income. Our attorneys are experienced with the situations in which alimony would be granted.

Child Support
Our attorneys are highly experienced at the calculation of child support under Virginia guidelines in all cases including underemployment and unemployment.

Uncontested Divorce
We handle divorce cases under no-fault grounds of separation for either six or twelve months with no minor children and a separation agreement.

Contested Divorce
Our knowledge lies in the more complicated divorce situations. Adultery, abandonment, and cruelty are divorce situations requiring an experienced litigator. Our attorneys have the experience to guide you.

Separation Agreements
Our attorneys have considerable experience in the negotiation of Property Settlement Agreements. These documents are the framework of any subjects at issue in a divorce.

Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements
Our attorneys have considerable experience in the negotiation of Property Settlement Agreements. These documents are the framework of any subjects at issue in a divorce.

There are two types of custody: physical and legal. Physical custody regards the child's place of residence while legal custody refers to the ability to make decisions impacting the child. Custody arrangements reached remain subject to modification until the child becomes emancipated. This is in order to preserve the child's best interests.

Legal Custody versus Physical Custody

Child custody is a highly emotional and contentious issue.  Custody determinations in Virginia depend upon what is in a child's "best interests." The "best interests" standard will depend upon Virginia Code Section 20-124.3. Our job as your custody lawyers is to present your case in a convincing way so that custody should be decided in your favor, and that your child's best interests will require that custody is with you - both legally and physically.

​With over 40 years of collective experience, our child custody attorneys have the answers to your questions. We will act as your advocate, representing your interests as you make this transition.


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