When it comes to divorce and custody, you want the facts. You want up to date, Virginia specific, reliable information. You want to know that it comes from a trustworthy source. You want to know whether you can take the information you get and apply it to your situation. After all, you’re making decisions now that will have a profound effect on your life – and the lives of your children – for many years. You want to get the right answers, and you want them now.
Trouble is, there’s a lot of stuff on the internet. You don’t know where it all came from. Everyone seems to be an authority. But do you want to base your financial future on a nameless, faceless internet source? What if what they posted is super out of date? (Or maybe it’s recent, but the laws just recently changed?) What if it’s a non-attorney person posting, and you can’t tell? What if they’re flat out wrong? You want information, but you just don’t know where you can get updated divorce and custody information straight out of the Virginia courts.
That’s where we come in. We consider it our job to provide Virginia women with the divorce and custody facts they need to make the decisions they need to make. After all, so much depends on the choices you make in the beginning – so making sure you have the right information is pretty critical.
If you’re facing a divorce or custody case in Virginia, we want to help by putting the right information in your hands. We’ve been representing women exclusively in divorce, custody, and support cases for over twenty five years, and in that time we’ve really honed in on the information that women need to make the kinds of decisions that come up in these kinds of cases. It’s all about helping women make the decisions that will allow them to create the happily ever after they’ve envisioned—whatever that looks like.
After that, if you still have questions and aren’t quite ready to talk to an attorney one-on-one (we get it, that’s a big step!), we have divorce and custody seminars, too, that can help you get started. The best part? Each seminar is taught by a licensed and experienced Virginia divorce and custody attorneys, so you can ask your questions.
You’re just getting started, but you’re in the right place, and we have tons of divorce and custody information to help you begin to plan your next steps. For more information, or to request a copy of any of our books or free reports, click here or give our office a call at (757) 425-5200.