Manassas Divorce Attorneys
Divorce impacts every family differently. You want an attorney who will help you find solutions tailored to your needs. At the law offices of Maureen A. Kersey, our Manassas divorce lawyers can help you through this difficult time and protect your future. From your financial situation to your relationship with your children, we seek to help you articulate realistic goals and make informed decisions aimed at helping you stabilize through this difficult time.
As a skilled and experienced Virginia family law attorneys, we can help you set realistic goals uniquely tailored to your family’s needs. Whether you are seeking financial stability, a more liberal visitation/custodial schedule, an improved relationship with your co-parenting partner or emotional closure, we can help you define these goals and develop a strategy to achieve them, as cost-efficiently and quickly as realistically possible.
Virginia Family Law Services For Prince William County And Fauquier County
Through mediation, negotiation or litigation, we have the resources to handle a wide range of family law concerns, including:
- Divorce and separation
- Division of marital property, including complex asset division and division of retirement accounts
- Child custody and visitation, including issues of custodial time and joint decision-making
- Child support and spousal support
- The impact of foreclosure and bankruptcy on divorce
Experienced Virginia Military Divorce Lawyer
Our founding attorney, Maureen Kersey, has an extensive Department of Defense background, which contributes greatly to her understanding of the unique challenges facing military families in divorce. Whether you are a service member or the spouse of a service member, we can help you handle your unique concerns, including:
- Child relocation and modification issues if a parent is moved to a different base
- Division of military pensions
- Regulations regarding different levels of protection for soldiers
Is Mediation The Right Process For You?
In some cases, divorce is mutual and both parties are ready to get started right away. Even so, there may still be minor disputes the couple needs to work out. Mediation may be the right option in these cases. In other cases, you may just want to understand what your options are before talking to your spouse about such an emotional decision. Either way, we seek to give you the information you need to make informed choices about how to proceed.
Contact Our Manassas Family Law Firm Today
Contact us today to schedule a consultation so we can begin helping you and your family move forward.