Family Law and Divorce
Virginia Divorce and Family Law Attorney
Divorce is a very difficult time in the lives of adults and children. One of the most difficult aspects about divorce is the uncertainty it causes. Men and women going through a divorce have many questions about their financial future and parental rights: How will I provide for the children? How will a divorce affect my medical insurance? What will happen to the family home, my retirement accounts, and my investments? Who will get custody of the children?
An experienced divorce attorney can help you answer these and other essential questions facing your family during a divorce. If you are thinking about filing for divorce or have been served with a divorce petition by your spouse, our firm can help.
The law office of Corry & Corry, P.C. is located in Richmond, Virginia. Attorney Clint Corry has more than 40 years of legal experience and is a zealous advocate for men and women in most areas of family law, including:
- Divorce (contested or uncontested)
- Division of property
- Spousal maintenance (also sometimes called spousal support or alimony)
- Child custody
- Domestic abuse
- Motions for modification of custody
- Relocation issues
- Child support
- Motions for modification of child support
At your consultation, we can discuss your rights and how best to proceed. If you are getting a divorce, we will explain what documents you need and what to look for (i.e. tax records, business records, and marriage license).
If you have been the victim of domestic abuse, we can help you file for a restraining order. We can seek custody, child support, and spousal support on your behalf to help you protect yourself and your children.
If you are considering a motion for a change/modification of custody, we can discuss the legal grounds for a change of custody and help you make an informed decision about how to proceed. We also assist clients in visitation disputes.
In each case we handle, we are vigorous advocates for our clients’ parental and financial rights. We negotiate with your spouse or his or her attorney and, if necessary, take your case to court to obtain the best possible result for you. In many cases, the court can also order your spouse to pay all or part of your attorney’s fees and costs.
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