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Fairfax Divorce Lawyer
We provide quality, flat-rate divorce services to clients throughout Northern Virginia, including Fairfax, Loudoun, Arlington, Alexandria and Prince William.
Federal Employee Divorce
Why Choose Us
Fairfax Divorce Lawyer Serving All Northern Virginia
The Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC is exclusively dedicated to divorce and family law practice. We focus on the client’s goals and provide top-notch legal representation to achieve the best possible results. From our office located in Fairfax, VA we serve clients in Fairfax County and throughout Northern Virginia with professional, effective, efficient legal services customized to their individual needs.
Top-Rated Divorce Attorney with a Special Focus on Military and Federal Employee Divorce
A Northern Virginia native, Afsana is a highly experienced, top rated divorce lawyer in Fairfax, VA with the skill and legal knowledge to put you on a solid financial footing for the future. She is nationally recognized as a top divorce professional and highly reviewed by clients. She prioritizes each case and diligently works with the client to achieve their desired goals.
Getting Divorced: Where Do You Start
If you are contemplating divorce or perhaps you know that your spouse is, it is important to take the necessary steps to ensure that you are protecting your rights and interests. In Virginia, getting divorced requires the parties to address every aspect of their marriage including their property, their children, and financial support. Having a knowledgeable divorce lawyer to guide you will ensure that you are well-equipped and prepared for the divorce even before the process begins. Based in Fairfax, the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, will provide reliable, effective legal representation for your divorce. Here are a few tips to get you started:
What to do Next
If you are contemplating divorce or need more information about your rights, take charge of your future by consulting with an attorney as early as possible. The longer you wait, the more contentious your divorce is likely to get, and the more issues you will be facing in the divorce that need resolution, all of which will end up increasing the price of your divorce. Start by reviewing your individual and marital assets and liabilities and contact us as soon as possible for a full analysis and case evaluation.