Practical Solutions to Protect Your Current and Long-Term Interests
The attorneys of Robinson & Greene work with divorce clients in Central Virginia and beyond on the full range of property, parenting and support issues that can arise at the end of a marriage. One of our most important services is helping our clients develop a clear understanding of their legal rights and responsibilities with respect to any specific problem. Once you understand your legal position in practical terms, you’ll be able to define and pursue your own objectives from a strong foundation.
Central Virginia Divorce Lawyers: Call 804-321-1728 or Email Us
Contact us in Richmond to learn how our experience with the full range of divorce issues can benefit you. Our lawyers develop a close working relationship with each client to help you manage the legal, financial and personal aspects of marriage dissolution, both immediate and long-term.
In most cases, you should anticipate that all issues in a contested divorce will eventually be resolved through negotiation and settlement. That doesn’t mean that our trial experience will not represent an important advantage for you. Instead, it means that family law issues are so heavily dependent on the facts of a specific situation that it usually makes better sense to keep control of the outcome through the settlement process than to allow a judge to determine your future for you.
Nevertheless, there remains the possibility that a property division or child custody dispute will need to go to court for resolution. The divorce lawyers at Robinson & Greene know how to assemble and handle the evidence that can make the decisive difference in a complex or high-conflict case.
Experienced Divorce Attorney, Giving Personal Attention
If you are going through a divorce, you may have many questions about your legal rights. A knowledgeable, skilled attorney can help answer those questions and make the process seem easier. With more than 30 combined years of representing individuals with their family law needs, WE can guide you through the divorce process and help with:
- Interim residence, custody and support orders
- Property division, including complex asset characterization and valuation issues
- Child custody and parenting time
- Child support
- Spousal support or alimony
- Effect of prenuptial agreement terms on property or alimony issues
- Modification or enforcement of divorce decrees and support orders
- Revision of estate plans, powers of attorney and trust instruments
For additional information about our experience and approach to client services, contact the Central Virginia divorce attorneys at Robinson & Greene.
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