Keithley Law, PLLC's divorce attorneys serve clients in Fairfax and throughout Virginia. We can help you understand your legal rights during separation, divorce and post-divorce. We understand the emotional aspects involved in family law matters, and we will help you better understand the legal process of separation and divorce. If you need help seeking child support, child custody, or modifying child support or child custody, please call our office today.
We can also help you avoid future disputes and disagreements by helping you draft a prenuptial (premarital) or antenuptial (postmarital) agreement. Our family law and domestic relations representation encompasses the following areas:
Our divorce attorneys handle uncontested divorces under no fault grounds of separation for either six or twelve months with no minor children and a separation agreement.
Our expertise lies in the more complicated divorce situations. Adultery, abandonment, and cruelty are divorce situations requiring an
experienced litigator. Our family law and divorce attorneys have the experience to guide you.
Our divorce attorneys have considerable experience in negotiation of Property Settlement Agreements. These documents are the framework of any subjects at issue in a divorce.
Our divorce attorneys are highly experienced at calculation of child support under Virginia guidelines in all cases including underemployment and unemployment. Spousal support can only be sought in cases when the parties have been married for a substantial period and have a significant disparity in income. Our family law attorneys are experienced with the situations in which alimony would be granted.
No other issue is as complicated or emotional as custody. Our divorce attorneys are aggressive in protecting your interests around custody. Our attorneys have experience in all fields of custody agreements such as guardians ad litem and custody evaluations.
Drafting and Negotiating Divorce Decrees
Drafting and Negotiating Property Settlement Agreements
Uncontested and Contested Divorces
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