Representation for a Divorce

Advocacy for Family Law Clients in Fairfax

Many issues arise in a divorce, such as the following:

  • Property Division - Who gets what in a divorce? Property division involves separating marital / community property, assets, and obligations equitably between the parties. Therefore, full disclosure and proper valuation of assets is required.
  • Child Custody - In the event that the divorce involves children, questions such as these must be answered: Where will the child or children of the marriage live? Which parent will have legal custody? Which parent will have physical custody? Will visitation rights be granted to the non-custodial parent? How will the physical relocation of one parent affect the custody orders? Will grandparents have visitation rights?
  • Spousal Support - One party may be ordered to pay spousal support or alimony. We can answer your questions about how spousal support is determined in Virginia, temporary spousal support orders, and the factors that affect spousal support determination.
  • Child Support - A parent may be required to pay child custody. These arrangements can be made independently by the couple or they may be ordered in court. Down the line, child support orders can be changed or modified.

At Langone & Fasullo, PLLC, we provide representation for clients going through divorce. If you have questions about marriage dissolution in the state of Virginia, we are the team to provide answers. Our Fairfax divorce attorneys understand the nuances of these cases and how to provide knowledgeable and elite support. You shouldn't feel that you have to face this alone. We're here for you.

Call Our Fairfax Divorce Lawyers for a Consultation

Don't hesitate to get in touch with our office as soon as possible. Many initial consultations are free; call Langone & Fasullo, PLLC at (703) 391-1161 to inquire. You can also complete the form on our case evaluations page for a quick response from our helpful staff.