When you were married years ago, the uncertainty of the future was new and exciting. Today, as you consider divorce, that same uncertainty of the future takes on a whole new meaning. The life you spent years building is changing. What will that look like?
You may have many questions and concerns about moving forward. How do divorce proceedings in Virginia work? Who will get custody of your children? What are the child support payments going to look like? Can you keep your home or will you have to sell it? How will your business, retirement and other assets be divided?
The uncertainty of starting a new chapter in your life can be daunting, and whether you feel fear, anticipation, or both, it is important to start your divorce proceedings with the help of an experienced family attorney. Even in the most non-contentious situations, you need an advocate who understands Virginia law and can work to protect and support your interests.
Alanna Williams is a family attorney who has been helping her clients just like you navigate the divorce process from start to finish with both compassion and tenacity for over 17 years. She understands how important your personal goals are, and she strives to provide every client with the personalized attention and vigorous representation they deserve. If you are ready to take the first step, or even if you are already involved in legal proceedings but need further assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Fairfax office today at (703) 273-1000. If you prefer, take a moment to fill out our online contact form to hear back from Ms. Williams and learn more about your legal options when it comes to divorce, custody, support, property division, protective orders, grandparents’ rights, and more.
Separating a married life after many years can be difficult. You and your spouse worked hard to build a life together at home and at work, and finding a way to fairly divide that life is challenging. Whether you are approaching your situation with excitement or trepidation, the help of a skilled divorce attorney can give you confidence and ensure that your rights are protected.
Divorce often involves much more than the simple ending of a union. There are many factors to consider, and you want to be sure that someone is looking out for your interests in every aspect. At the Law Office of Alanna Williams, our family attorney helps individuals with all phases of a divorce, including:
Finding the right lawyer to handle your case can feel overwhelming. Many lawyers understand Virginia family law and have been practicing in this area for many years. But not every attorney can provide the understanding and personalized touch of Alanna Williams. In addition to an intimate knowledge of the law and years of experience in Virginia courts, our legal team understands that divorce is an incredibly private, personal experience, which can affect you and your loved ones for many years to come. With that in mind, Alanna Williams works hard to offer every client:
Finding a successful resolution to divorce proceedings is possible, though there are many questions and issues that may arise along the way. When you call the Law Office of Alanna Williams, you can expect to speak with a legal team who understands your needs and will work with you to ensure the security and stability of your future. We are happy to schedule a 30-minute complementary consultation to learn more about your situation and help you decide how best to move forward. Once you've retained our experienced attorney, you'll find personal attention, commitment to client relationships, and a legal team who understands your needs from the moment we meet until your divorce matters are finalized.
From our Fairfax office, we proudly represent individuals all over northern Virginia, including Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Arlington County, Fauquier County, and the city of Alexandria. Call our office today at (703) 273-1000 or fill out our online contact form to speak to a member of our legal team.
10400 Eaton Place, suite 270
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 273-1000
Facsimile: (703) 273-1020