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Divorce Litigation in Leesburg, VA

Although there are a number of options when it comes to divorce, litigation is most commonly chosen among couples who are unable to reach a settlement through other means. In cases where the divorce is unilateral—initiated by a single party while the other spouse wishes to remain married—emotions can run particularly high, requiring the expertise and skill of an experienced litigator. During the litigation process, each spouse is represented by their own attorney, who presents their side of the case before a judge. The time spent waiting for the judge to review the information and reach a decision can be arduous, and appeals and further review can draw the process out even longer.

Graham Law Firm, PLLC, has helped couples throughout Leesburg and the greater Northern Virginia area to achieve their goals of a beneficial settlement, drawing on over 20 years of experience in the area of family law. Our goal is to get our clients the settlements they deserve while maintaining a level of comfort and security throughout the process.

If you are seeking a skilled, professional divorce litigator for your unilateral or hostile divorce, contact the experts at Graham Law Firm, PLLC today for a consultation.

When to Choose Divorce Litigation

While litigation can be a difficult process, it can lead to a more favorable result as you fight for what is rightfully yours.

Before choosing divorce litigation, there are a few factors to consider. First, you should analyze your finances. Lotigation is an expensive process due to the length of time it takes to complete. This timeline should also be taken into consideration. It takes time to reach a settlement upon which both parties agree. If you are willing to spend the time and money, then litigation is likely the best way to get what you deserve out of a unilateral or difficult divorce.

With that in mind, we recommend litigation for couples who cannot agree on one or more of the following:

  • Debt division
  • Asset division
  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Child support
  • Alimony payments (amount and duration)

We also recommend litigation if one party is completely unreasonable or hostile during the initial stages of the divorce.

How to Choose Your Leesburg Divorce Litigator

There are a number of qualities to consider when choosing your divorce litigator to ensure your emotional and financial well-being throughout the course of the proceedings. During your initial consultation, the attorney should be focused on learning about the details of your case and asking questions to gain a deeper understanding of your needs and goals. The litigator should help you feel at ease and provide you with valuable insight as to what you might expect at each phase of the process. Your attorney should have your best interests at heart and, rather than planning to argue each detail along the way, use their negotiating skills to ensure the efficient, beneficial settlement that you deserve.

At Graham Law Firm, PLLC, our emphasis is on client care—we use our proven litigation skills to achieve a successful outcome. We aim to make you feel as comfortable as possible during the divorce process as we work towards a swift resolution. Our litigators are experienced, professional, and exceptionally skilled, both inside and outside of the courtroom.

Contact a Divorce Litigator in Leesburg

At Graham Law Firm, PLLC, our divorce attorneys are dedicated and passionate about helping you through the process of divorce litigation. We understand the wide range of emotions our clients will experience throughout the duration of the proceedings and want you to feel comfortable and confident that we will represent you and your wishes to the best of our ability.

The divorce litigators at Graham Law are experienced and knowledgeable in all areas of family law, including litigation.

Contact us today to arrange for a divorce litigation consultation in Leesburg. 

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