Divorce Lawyers Serving Fort Lee and Chesterfield

Paul & Perdue Attorneys understands the emotional and financial challenges that result when a marriage ends. At your initial consultation Paul & Perdue Attorneys will educate you about divorce in Virginia and will be your guide through the divorce process.

Divorce can follow one of two paths: uncontested or contested divorce.  In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse are in agreement on all or most issues.  These cases are resolved with a Property Settlement Agreement which memorializes the terms of the parties’ agreement.  The final piece of an uncontested divorce is a No Fault Divorce.  Our attorneys will draft your Property Settlement Agreement and No Fault Divorce paperwork with speed and accuracy. 

The second is a contested divorce.  In a contested divorce, you and your spouse are unable to agree on the issues of custody, support and property division.  You must present evidence to a judge who will resolve all disputed issues. 

If your case is contested, you will work with your attorney to develop an individualized plan that will have three goals: First, the plan will address your immediate post-separation needs. Second, we will prepare you and your case for  trial.  Third, we will help you plan for life after the case is over. 


Paul & Perdue Attorneys will Help You with the Following:

-Property Settlement Agreements

-Uncontested Divorce

-Contested Divorce

-Military Divorce

-Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)

-High Net Worth Divorce

-Property Division

Uncontested Divorces — If you and your spouse have lived separate and apart for the required statutory period and have already resolved all issues between yourselves, Paul & Perdue Attorneys can assist you in obtaining an uncontested divorce in an efficient and cost effective manner.  Under Virginia law you must have lived separate and apart from your spouse for at least one year if you have children together to be eligible to file an uncontested divorce.  If there were no children born of you and your spouse, then you may file for uncontested divorce after six months so long as you have a separation agreement.  Paul & Perdue Attorneys can help you draft a valid separation agreement. 

Separation Agreements or Property Settlement Agreements — Paul & Perdue Attorneys can help you draft a Separation Agreement to resolve some or all issues arising out of the ending of your marriage.  Paul & Perdue Attorneys has extensive experience and negotiating property settlement agreements.  We will ensure your rights and interests as they relate to property division, child custody, support, and retirement assets are protected. 

Contested and Complex Divorces – Contested divorces require a skilled and experienced lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected.   to the marital assets, family business interests or child custody and support issues resolve. Paul & Perdue Attorneys will assist you in negotiation of a settlement or fight for you in court.  Paul & Perdue Attorneys can help any client who is considering a divorce.  We are especially skilled at handling high conflict divorce cases. 

Military Divorce — Paul & Perdue Attorneys is very familiar with the unique concerns facing military families. We represent servicemen and servicewomen, as well as military spouses, and will effectively address the many challenges that are unique to Military Divorce and Military Custody cases. 

Please check out the individual pages to learn more about Property Division, Spousal Support, Child Custody and Child Support.  Also, be sure to Review our Preparing for Divorce Guide.

Divorce can be emotional and confusing,  if you need help in Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Fort Lee, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, or Sussex. Give Paul & Perdue Attorneys a call at (804) 668-5327.

**This material is for Information Purposes ONLY and should not be construed as legal advice and does NOT create a legal relationship with Paul Perdue Attorneys PLLC.

 

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