If you are looking for a family law attorney in Farmville or Charlotte Court House, Elder, Watkins & Friedman can help.
Divorce, child custody, and other family law proceedings can be among the most stressful, contentious, and daunting experiences of your lifetime. The family law attorneys at Elder, Watkins & Friedman, in both the Farmville and Charlotte Court House offices, have significant experience in dealing with these complex domestic relations issues, and are available to help you navigate the process and effectively protect your interests.
Divorce and Family Law Representation
Choosing a divorce attorney and a family law attorney is a highly important decision. You want an attorney who is experienced, compassionate, and committed to your case.
The attorneys at Elder, Watkins & Friedman have vast experience in all types of family law. Whether you have recently become separated, are contemplating separation, or are going through a divorce (contested or no-fault), the family and divorce attorneys at Elder, Watkins & Friedman can assist.
Experienced in Child Custody and Child Support Issues
Every day our attorneys handle issues related to child custody, child visitation, and child support in courts throughout Southside Virginia. Multiple attorneys in our firm are also qualified to serve as guardians ad litem for minor children.
The domestic relations issues that our attorneys handle are vast. We have experience with grandparents’ rights, paternity, adoption, spousal support, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, property settlement agreements, separation agreements, equitable distribution, qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO), and domestic violence / protective orders.
Comprehensive Guidance in a Family Law Proceeding
If you or a family member are involved in a family law proceeding or need assistance in initiating a family law proceeding, please call us today. We will provide comprehensive guidance from the first meeting through the successful completion of your case. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your case with you and to provide you with sound legal advice on how to achieve the best possible outcome.