The majority of Virginians have only a few interactions with the legal system during their lives, but when these interactions occur, they often come at times of crisis. When you are faced with questions about divorce, custody, child support, and similar issues that affect your family's future, the advice of an experienced, trusted lawyer can give you comfort as you move through the legal process.
At Maddox & Gerock, P.C., we offer skilled representation and compassionate guidance to clients across the state of Virginia. Our practice is built on the philosophy that clients come first. We hold ourselves to high standards because our clients deserve it. Our guiding principles include:
- Honesty and straightforwardness
- Respect and sensitivity
- Open communication
- Cost-effectiveness and efficiency
Individually Tailored Service
We factor common sense into our family law practice, and that includes recognizing that every family is different. When you come to us, we take the time to listen to you, learn about your situation and then create solutions designed specifically for you.
Our attorneys understand that family law disputes can trigger anxiety, anger and other strong emotions. To overcome some of these feelings, we often encourage mediation or other out-of-court methods of dispute resolutions in appropriate situations. These alternative methods often minimize conflict and legal fees, allow clients more control over the overall process and the outcome, and allow clients to move forward in their lives more quickly and with more certainty. However, mediation is not a good fit for everyone, and you can rest assured that we have the litigation skills necessary to represent you in court.
Contact Our Family Law Attorneys Today
When you have family law questions, you can count on Maddox & Gerock, P.C. for answers. To schedule an appointment to discuss your specific legal needs, please call (703) 883-8035 or contact our law office online. We serve clients in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, the District of Columbia and across Northern Virginia.