Family Law - Virginia Family Law Attorneys
At the law office of Wilson & Wilson, PC, we understand the legal and emotional aspects of family law issues. Finding a legal solution is only one part of providing successful representation to our clients. Finding a solution that will be of the most personal benefit to you is our primary goal.
Many of our family law clients feel comfortable working with a husband and wife team. We have a family, and we understand many of the questions and concerns that our family law clients have. As parents ourselves, we know what is important to other parents, and we have anticipated many of the questions that you may not have yet even considered.
Our family law practice focuses on helping clients resolve many of the complicated issues in divorce proceedings. Located close to many military bases, we have experience helping clients with military divorces and related issues.
If you have any questions regarding any of the following family law and divorce related issues, contact the Wilson & Wilson Law Firm immediately:
If you are having problems with Social Services, call our law offices today.
Social Services has a tendency to "pigeon hole" or classify the people with whom they come in contact. Social Services is required to conduct, and you deserve, an examination of your case based on its unique circumstances. We have developed a reputation for holding Social Services accountable for failing to conduct an individual examination of a client's case.
Fort Eustis - Langley Air Force Base - Norfolk Naval Base - Newport News, Virginia Military Divorce Lawyers
Virginia is home to a large concentration of military bases and military personnel who help protect our United States. However, there are only a few select divorce attorneys in the area who are well versed in the nuances that accompany military marriages and the special considerations that must be accounted for in a military divorce.
Located in Newport News, Virginia, the attorneys and legal staff of Wilson & Wilson, PC have been helping members of the military successfully dissolve their marriages for over 25 years. We are known as the law firm that is here to be your best solution when you are faced with your worst time. If you need qualified, experienced counsel for your military divorce matter, please contact our office to see how we can help you.
Respected, Recognized and Recommended for Military Divorce Matters
Our experienced Virginia military divorce attorneys are a husband and wife team who each bring their own perspective and strengths to each case. We are here to help military men and women with every aspect of the military divorce action, including:
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support and Spousal Support (Alimony)
- Asset Division
Military Retirement Benefits
One of the most contested issues in a military divorce revolves around whether one spouse is entitled to a portion of the others's military retirement benefits. Many people believe that if you have been married less than 10 years you cannot recover any portion of these benefits. However, through the Uniform Former Spouse Protection Act, we can help you assert a claim to these benefits even if you have not been married for 10 years or more.
We have effective strategies and methods for dealing with retirement benefit issues whether you have been married for under 10 years or one spouse has been in the active service for over 20 years and entitled to lifetime pension benefits. We are also skilled at filing the necessary orders required when filing for these retirements benefits and we know how to include this asset in your property settlement, which can end up saving you both time and money.
Child Custody Considerations In a Military Divorce Action
We also know that child custody matters can become equally complicated when one spouse, or both, is subject to deployment orders. We will help you consider every situation using the best interest of the child standard, when working out a custody arrangement that will be acceptable to the court. We will also help you structure your agreement using all of the other factors that the court considers when granting a child custody order, including proffers under Virginia law.
We are well-equipped to help you navigate every special circumstance and law that needs to be assessed when negotiating a military divorce action. Wilson & Wilson, P.C., has the knowledge, strategy and resources to help you. We can be reached by phone, fax or email.
Contact a Virginia Family Law - Military Divorce Lawyer at Wilson & Wilson, PC
If you are seeking an experienced family law attorney, contact our Newport News law office immediately. We can be reached by phone, fax, or e-mail.
Wilson & Wilson, PC
744 Thimble Shoals Boulevard Suite A
Newport News, VA 23606
Phone: (757) 873-6620
Fax: (757) 873-1938
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Purchasing A Consultation
Our law firm requires and accepts an online payment of $100.00 through PayPal for an initial Virginia or military divorce; Virginia child custody; and/or other Virginia family law consultation. This service is of particular benefit to our local US Military personnel stationed overseas requiring family law legal services efficiently. NOTE: A 3% fee is added to this transaction to cover credit card processing - transaction total = $103.00.
Retaining Our Services
We use PayPal's Donate Payment Process to allow for clients to enter the amount they choose ($300.00 Minimum) to retain our legal services. This service is of particular benefit to our local US Military personnel stationed overseas requiring immediate and efficient Virginia family law legal services. NOTE: A fee of 3% of the total funds submitted will be added to final billing to cover merchant processing of your retainer.
Please Note: The payment of a retainer only does not create a client attroney relationship. You must meet with the attorney either by phone or in person and sign a retainer before the firm will consider itself as representing you. Any known deadlines must be disclosed to the firm at the time of the consultation.
Making A Payment
We also use PayPal's Donate Payment Process to allow for clients to enter varying payment amounts towards their existing balance for current legal services. This service is of particular benefit to our local US Military personnel stationed overseas requiring immediate and efficient Virginia family law legal services. NOTE: A fee of 3% of the total funds submitted will be added to final billing to cover merchant processing of your payment submission.
The law offices of Wilson & Wilson, PC represent clients in the areas of family law, criminal law, bankruptcy, and personal injury throughout Virginia including the counties of York County, James City County, Gloucester County, New Kent County, Isle of Wight County, Sussex County, and the cities of Newport News, Hampton, Poquoson, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Gloucester, and Hayes.