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Hampton Roads Virginia Divorce Lawyers
Helping Virginia Clients With Divorce & Child Custody
If you are facing a divorce in Hampton Roads/Tidewater Area Virginia, turn to the SRIS Law Group Hampton Roads Virginia divorce lawyers for help.
First and foremost, do not try to go through a divorce without an experienced Virginia divorce lawyer.
Second, when you are dealing with divorce in Virginia, you need a Virginia divorce lawyer who is going to take the time to listen to you and respond to you. The last thing you need is a Virginia divorce lawyer who has the attitude that he/she will get back to you when it is convenient for them.
Third, you need a Virginia divorce lawyer who has been battle tested in a courtroom.
The SRIS Law Group Hampton Roads divorce lawyers meet all of the above criteria.
Our Hampton Roads, Virginia divorce attorneys have a significant amount of experience trying divorce cases in Hampton Roads area such as Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmoutch, etc.
Also, our Hampton Roads, Virginia divorce lawyers make it a point to do their best to return all client calls within 8 hours. The principal of the SRIS Law Firm requires all of the attorneys in his firm to provide the best customer service possible.
The Hampton Roads, Virginia divorce lawyers will try their absolute best to settle your Virginia divorce by negotiation. However, if it necessary to go trial to protect your rights, you can be rest assured that they have been battle tested and will not hesitate to fight for you.
The Hampton Roads, Virginia divorce lawyers help their Tidewater Area divorce clients with the following types of divorce and family law matters:
Property & Asset Distribution
Other family law issues
So if you are seeking an experienced Virginia divorce lawyer in Hampton Roads/Tidewater Area, do not hesitate to contact the Hampton Roads, Virginia divorce attorneys.
Our Hampton Roads Family Lawyers help clients with family cases in the following jurisdictions:
Virginia Beach County, Chesapeake County, Portsmouth County, Suffolk County, Isle of Wight County, Norfolk County, Hampton County, Newport News County, Northampton County, Southampton County & Accomack County.
How can a SRIS Law Group VA divorce lawyer help you?
First and foremost, we will discuss your Virginia divorce case with you. We will explain to you the different options you have and the pros and cons of each option. We do not require divorce clients to come in and sit down and talk with us. Certainly, our clients are welcome to come in and talk with us. However, we understand that clients are very busy and may not have the time to come to the client meeting location. Therefore, we allow clients to consult with us by phone first and let the client decide whether they need to come in and meet with their VA divorce attorney. To learn more about how a SRIS Law Group Virginia divorce lawyer can help you, please call us at 888-437-7747 and speak with a Virginia divorce lawyer the same day.
If you are dealing with a divorce case in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group VA divorce attorneys for help. Our divorce lawyers have been helping clients with divorce cases for many years and are experienced at helping clients obtain an equitable divorce resolution.
The following are some of the Virginia divorce laws:
A. A divorce from the bond of matrimony may be decreed:
(1) For adultery; or for sodomy or buggery committed outside the marriage;
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- VA Divorce Laws § 20-94. Effect of cohabitation after knowledge of adultery, sodomy or buggery; lapse of five years.
When the suit is for divorce for adultery, sodomy, or buggery, the divorce shall not be granted, if it appear that the parties voluntarily cohabited after the knowledge of the fact of adultery, sodomy or buggery, or that it occurred more than five years before the institution of the suit, or that it was committed by the procurement or connivance of the party alleging such act. Click on above link to read more.
A divorce from bed and board may be decreed for cruelty, reasonable apprehension of bodily hurt, willful desertion or abandonment.