Springfield, Virginia Divorce Attorney

Springfield, Virginia Divorce Attorney

If you reside in Springfield, Virginia and are facing a divorce, contact a Springfield divorce attorney immediately to discuss your options. There are legal requirements related to residency and separation that must be met before divorce papers can be filed with the Fairfax County Circuit Court. The attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, can provide legal advice on family law matters under their unique flat-fee pricing where all costs are presented to you upfront.

Services Provided by a Springfield Divorce Attorney

The Springfield divorce attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, are well-rounded and experienced in all aspects of family law. They have successfully represented clients from all walks of life.  They are well-versed in the nuances of Virginia law and local court rules and will ensure the proper paper work is filed correctly and timely. A mistake in document drafting or filing can cause delays, additional expense, or loss of property or rights.

We can help Springfield, Virginia residents file an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce, often described as an amicable divorce, is advantageous because it is less costly, less confrontational, and allows the parties some control in the outcome. Whether you have reached a comprehensive agreement or are near reaching an agreement, the Springfield divorce attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, can help you iron out the last details toward an amicable divorce.

The attorneys at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, can also assist if you need to file a contested divorce. A contested divorce means there are outstanding matters that a judge must decide because the parties cannot reach a resolution. Before the case can be presented to a judge, there are several stages the case must progress through, one of which is called Discovery. An experienced Springfield divorce attorney will know how to strategically use the discovery tools to obtain information needed to press for settlement and/or to present the best case to a judge. Like all the other aspects of family law, if the rules and laws are not followed, your case may be in jeopardy. Having well-educated and savvy legal representation is key to a successful outcome.

In addition to uncontested and contested divorces, the Springfield divorce attorneys at the law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, can provide legal counsel in the following areas:

  • Separation agreements
  • Annulment
  • Military divorce
  • Property and asset division
  • Spousal support
  • Child custody and support
  • Marital agreements

What’s the First Thing to do when getting a Divorce?

If you or your spouse are contemplating divorce, or you have been served with divorce papers, consult with a Springfield divorce attorney as soon as possible.  Do not rely on the advice of friends who have gone through a divorce or trust your spouse if he/she says you do not need counsel. The facts and circumstances of your case are unique to you and your divorce should be tailored to your interests. Effective counsel will take the strategic steps needed to protect your interests while ensuring court rules and deadlines are followed. Your attorney may recommend that you establish a separate residence or remain in the marital home, open new bank accounts or use the joint account, or create a shared visitation schedule or keep the children from an abusive spouse. Each situation is different and without legal counsel, you will not know what is best for you.

Looking for More Information?

You can find informative videos about divorce matters on the Virginia State Bar website here: https://www.vsb.org/site/publications/video.

What Happens after Divorce Papers are Filed?

Once a divorce is eminent and you have found an effective Springfield divorce attorney, you should begin to collect documentation of your finances and property interests. Your attorney will need this information to have an accurate picture of your assets and support needs. Some people find this process overwhelming and time-consuming, so starting on the process before your attorney asks for the records is a good idea. For example, collect tax returns, pay stubs, Social Security statements, bank statements, retirement account statements, mortgage statements, credit card statements, etc.

Contact a Springfield Divorce Attorney

Contact a Springfield divorce attorney at the Law Office of Afsana Chowdhury, PLC, to discuss a strategic plan for resolving your family law matters.  Be sure to inquire about flat-fee pricing solutions that eliminate uncertainty of the cost of divorce and unexpected bills. Call 703-782-4360 or reach out here https://www.achowdhurylaw.com/contact/.

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