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The majority of Virginians have only a few interactions with the legal system during their lives, but when these interactions occur, they often come at times of crisis.
At Maddox & Gerock, P.C., we offer skilled representation and compassionate guidance to all of our clients including business owners, military personnel, government employees, medical professionals, legal professionals and other individuals in and around Northern Virginia including Fairfax County, City of Alexandria, Arlington County, Loudoun County, Fauquier County, and Prince William County as well as other locations across Virginia. We have also begun offering mediation services for those who wish to resolve their matters out of court.
Meet Our Team of Attorneys
Tailored Services Coupled With Extensive Experience
We factor common sense into our family law practice, and that includes recognizing that every family is different. When you come to us, we take the time to listen to you, learn about your situation and then create solutions designed specifically for you.
We have the in-depth experience to address even the most complex divorce and family law cases, such as those involving international child custody or business valuations. Three of our attorneys are members of the prestigious International Academy of Family Lawyers, collaborating with lawyers across the globe to resolve sensitive and high-stakes cases.
Our practice is built on the philosophy that clients come first. We hold ourselves to high standards because our clients deserve it. Our guiding principles include:
Honesty and straightforwardness
Respect and sensitivity
Creative solutions tailored to our client’s needs
Virginia Custody FAQ’s
Q.Who has a right to custody?
A. Custody is the legal right of a child to the best care available; it is not primarily a right of either parent. The court is empowered to award sole custody to either parent, or joint legal custody with the primary residence to one parent, or joint legal and shared physical custody, where the child spends approximately equal time with each parent…
Falls Church Virginia Family Law Blog
Important steps to take after finalizing the divorce
Right from the moment spouses decide to get a divorce, life can become a stressful whirlwind. Families have to negotiate agreements and details that will affect the next chapter of their lives as they reach their divorce settlement agreement. Regardless…
Children struggle with guilt in a parents’ divorce
Telling children about the divorce is often the hardest part for parents. All children will react differently to the news of their parents’ divorce, but it is all too common for children to feel guilty – as if they are…
What does “standard of living” mean for you?
When individuals pursue a divorce, there are many terms they might not be familiar with, including “equitable distribution” or “collaborative divorce.” Another common term spouses hear is the “established standard of living.” Why is this term important, and how does…