Divorce Questions & Concerns?
Richmond Divorce Attorney
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Our family law lawyers represent clients in all aspects of divorce litigation. Whether there are children involved, significant financial assets, or complex situations like military retirements & benefits, we are always ready to protect our clients’ interests.
In some cases, clients are able to reach a settlement on all of the issues. However, our family law attorneys understand that sometimes the only option is the litigate the case. Our family law lawyers in Richmond are always ready to aggressively fight for our client’s rights, and our lawyers are very experienced in contested divorces, child custody, visitation, and support litigation, give you a substantial advantage.
Contact us for any of your divorce questions
- Schedule your initial divorce consultation
- Child custody concerns
- Property Settlement Agreement (PSA)
- Uncontested Divorce Options
- High asset divorces
Our divorce lawyers will advise you whether you should proceed with a contested case or consider a Property Settlement Agreement (PSA), sometimes referred to as a Separation Agreement. Virginia law allows you to take whichever approach suits you best. We can help you work through a PSA that settles most or all of the following issues: property division, spousal support, child support, child custody, and visitation. The PSA should be negotiated and executed on the basis of full and accurate disclosure of each spouse’s assets, liabilities, and income.
For spouses with children, the PSA can be presented in court one year after it was signed, and a no-fault divorce is granted. If there are no children of the marriage, the divorce can be granted six months after legal separation.
Sometimes the hard way is inevitable. If you anticipate difficult issues with respect to the division of property, contested child custody issues, alimony problems, or any other matter that will need to be resolved eventually, we will give you a solid understanding of your rights and responsibilities and let you call the shots from there.