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Our Divorce 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. 

Child Custody
No other issue is as complicated or emotional as custody. Our attorneys are aggressive in protecting your interests regarding custody. Our attorneys have experience in all fields of custody agreements such as guardians ad litem and custody evaluations.

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.

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It is important to understand the difference between a contested divorce and an uncontested one. This is a commonly misunderstood situation for our clients. In Virginia, an uncontested divorce is when the parties:

  • Agree to be divorced,
  • Have a written Separation Agreement that makes adequate provisions in writing for the custody and support of the minor children of the marriage,
  • Have a written Separation Agreement that makes a fair and equitable division of your property.

If there are no children and an agreement, you can file for divorce with six month's separation. If there are children, or you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement, you have to be separated for at least one year.

A contested divorce is when the parties cannot agree on one or more points (property division, alimony, custody, or child support). Even if parties have lived separate and apart for six months, and wish to be divorced but cannot agree to the terms of settlement, or custody, it is a contested divorce.

Contested or Uncontested

Divorce is a difficult situation that you do not have to endure alone. The attorneys at Keithley Law, PLLC are dedicated to providing you with individualized attention. Each divorce has unique aspects that are considered, and each client has a different goal from the last. We will customize our approach to best meet your needs. With over 40 years of collective experience, our divorce attorneys have the answers to your questions including questions on:


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