Oakton, Virginia Divorce Attorney
Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful and confusing life experiences. Having a compassionate and knowledgeable Oakton divorce attorney on your side and looking out for your interests early in the process will help ensure you are prepared for the road ahead. In addition to knowledge of the court rules and laws, a qualified Oakton divorce attorney will have strong communication and negotiation skills and strategies to campaign for your rights with the opposing party or before a judge in court.
How Can an Experienced Oakton Divorce Attorney Help?
The Oakton divorce attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, are dedicated to family law exclusively. We provide effective and professional legal services tailored to our client’s needs and goals.
Contested and Uncontested Divorce
A Virginia divorce can be either contested or uncontested. An experienced Oakton divorce attorney can discuss with you the requirements for each route and explain which path is the most advantageous for your situation and goals.
Sometimes an annulment is an option for a couple looking to end their marriage. An annulment can be awarded only when certain conditions are met. We can determine if you qualify for an annulment.
Military divorces require knowledge of the intricacies of military benefits and how to efficiently and effectively divide those benefits so that military and former-military spouses receive what is equitable and what they deserve.
Property and Asset Division
After the property and assets are categorized as marital, separate, or hybrid, an equitable (fair) division can occur. An attorney who is strategic and possesses strong written and oral communication skills is a huge benefit during this process.
Spousal support, also called alimony, may be a solution if there is a difference in the earning income and ability of the spouses. Spousal support varies greatly from court to court and judge to judge in the Oakton, Virginia area. An experienced Oakton divorce attorney can provide insight as to what to expect regarding the amount and duration of support.
Child Custody and Visitation
Collaborating to develop a custody and visitation calendar that satisfies both parties and is in the best interests of the children is very complicated. An experienced attorney has creative solutions and negotiating skills to propose a plan that works for all.
Virginia calculates child support using a formula based on each parent’s income and assets. An experienced Oakton divorce attorney can help you investigate and determine your spouse’s true income for the purposes of calculating child support. It is not always as simple as looking at a W-2.
Pre- and Post-Nuptial Agreements
Some couples plan for a future divorce by developing a “what if” plan. Our Law Office can advise what information should and should not be included in these agreements while negotiating the best terms for your circumstances.
The Virginia State Bar has informative articles that may be of interest to you.
What are the most important questions to ask an Oakton Divorce Attorney?
There are so many questions to ask an attorney when you begin the divorce process. When you are trying to determine if a prospective Oakton divorce attorney is right for you, consider asking the following questions:
- Is divorce your specialty or just another practice area of your firm?
- How much will this cost? Do you offer flat-fee pricing? Will there be surprises on my bill?
- How quickly do you return client calls and emails?
- How long will it take to resolve my case?
Contact an Oakton Divorce Attorney
Reach out to an Oakton divorce attorney at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, to see how we can help you. Our experienced family law attorneys have had great success helping Oakton, Virginia residents resolve family law matters in the Fairfax County Circuit Court. Be sure to ask about our flat-fee pricing for both contested and uncontested divorces.
Our flat-fee pricing sets us apart from most family law firms in the area. Traditionally, law firms bill for every one-tenth of an hour (six-minute increments) and round up to the next tenth to their benefit. For example, if an attorney who bills at $200 per hour leaves a one-minute voicemail message asking for a call back, he will bill the client for .1 of his time, i.e., $20. Clients under our billing structure are charged a one-time flat fee for the service, for example, finalizing and filing an uncontested divorce. The client is charged nothing additional no matter how many emails and calls are made. Our clients pay for the value of a service, not attorney time.
To find out more, give the Oakton divorce attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, a call at 703-782-4360 or reach us here by clicking here.