Virginia Divorce Lawyers
The prospect of life after divorce may be difficult for you to imagine at this time, as you begin the divorce process. However, with help from Powell & Parrish, P.C., you can be on your way to a divorce settlement agreement and in a manner that protects your rights, future and best interests. Our Richmond law firm represents people throughout the state of Virginia who are experiencing divorce.
If you are considering divorce, or if your spouse has made his or her wishes for a divorce known, call a law firm that will bring ethical, professional advocacy and creativity to your case. Call Powell & Parrish, P.C., toll free at 800-996-6503 or locally at 804-794-4030.
Comprehensive Divorce Services
When you are done with the divorce process, you will look back on the decisions that were made regarding your finances and your children. Our attorneys hope you will look ahead to the future knowing the best possible outcome was obtained on your behalf.
At Powell & Parrish, P.C., as accomplished trial attorneys, we know that not every client needs to go to trial. In fact, many of the best divorce outcomes are reached through negotiated settlements. We strive to save you time, money and stress by obtaining negotiated settlements. As trial lawyers, we will proceed to the courtroom when all other options have been exhausted in your family law matter.
Talk to us today for help with any of the following:
- Child support: In Virginia, child support is calculated using a statutory guideline. The formula will include factors such as income of each parent, number of children, needs of the children, health care, child care and any expenses. Whether you are paying support or will be receiving support on behalf of your children, we can ensure a fair amount is determined.
- Property division: In Virginia, property division undergoes an equitable distribution. All marital property, assets and debts are included in the division. This means the marital home, vacation homes, real estate investments, vehicles, boats, retirement accounts and bank accounts will be given as much attention as credit card debts. Our attorneys help clients negotiate with the other party, rather than leaving the decision in the hands of a judge.
- Spousal support (alimony): Spousal support is discretionary — there is no set formula. Spousal support is determined by factors that include length of the marriage, earning capacity of the dependent spouse, health of the spouses and age of the spouses. Virginia alimony can be awarded on a temporary or permanent basis.
- Child custody and visitation: Child custody and visitation arrangements are found in the best interests of the children.
Would you like to speak with an attorney about the divorce process? Powell & Parrish, P.C., is dedicated to providing you with an honest assessment of your case and seeking the results you desire. Call us today to arrange your consultation. We can be reached toll free at 800-996-6503 or locally at 804-794-4030. You may also contact us online.