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Divorce Law Assistance in Norfolk, VA; Chesapeake, VA; and the Surrounding Areas

Are you facing a difficult divorce? If you are in Norfolk, VA; Chesapeake, VA; or the surrounding areas, Thomas, Adams & Associates can help! Our experienced and compassionate team of attorneys can guide you through the legal proceedings of divorce law with expertise and understanding. We offer support throughout the entire divorce process to ease your burden during this challenging time.

We understand that divorce is not an easy process, but with our legal help, you can get fair representation in court while ensuring all assets are distributed equitably among both parties. Our specialization in family law ensures that every detail is taken into consideration when making decisions for your case. When it comes to adding value to the lives of clients like you, we have no equal!

Don’t wait any longer—get in contact with our professional team to hire a divorce attorney that has your and your family’s best interests in mind. 

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Helping You Navigate Your Divorce.

If your marriage continues to deteriorate over time, divorce may be in your family’s best interest. There are a number of reasons that can lead to divorce: spousal abuse, infidelity and contention as well as problems with communication, commitment, compatibility, money, intimacy or addiction.

Whether the divorce is mutual or not, the process can be burdensome, both financially and emotionally. Divorce law can be complex and the dissolution of your marriage can be overwhelming, even without consideration of the many lifestyle changes and unknowns that lie ahead.  

With the help of a good divorce attorney, you can manage the legal aspects of your impending divorce more comfortably while conserving energy to plan for your future.

If a divorce is imminent, contact an experienced divorce attorney at Thomas, Adams & Associates, P.C., serving families in Norfolk, Va., and Chesapeake, Va.

We have a great reputation for giving our clients the personal attention and competent legal representation they need and deserve in family law cases involving:

  • Major Divorce Cases
  • Serious Custody Cases
  • Large Support Cases
  • Separation Agreements
  • Visitation
  • Alimony
  • Large Estate Cases
  • …and more

We understand that money can be tight during a family crisis. When you call, we will offer you a competitive hourly rate for the full range of legal services we provide. There are no hidden costs or surprises later, and we offer a free initial consultation with a VA divorce attorney. Don’t put this off — call us at 757-491-4141 or use the form below to schedule a visit now.

We have worked with hundreds of families and each one has had a different situation. We understand what works, what doesn’t, and what is in the best interest for your future.

There are many factors the Virginia court system takes into consideration when deciding custody, support and property division. Let us help you save substantial money, stress and time. We will file the legal documents, do the research, attend all court hearings, and help you understand the Virginia legal system and your options.

For personal attention, compassionate understanding, and aggressive representation, call Thomas, Adams & Associates, P.C. now, or use the form below to schedule a free consultation with an attorney.

Thinking about divorce?

Don’t try to figure out the Virginia laws by yourself.  Schedule a Free No-Obligation Consultation With an Attorney Now!

Contact us today at 757.491.4141 or complete the form below.

Questions About Divorce/Family Law?

We’ve collected our most frequently asked questions about family law.

What’s the difference between an uncontested and contested divorce?

In an uncontested divorce, the parties agree to all issues. The divorce is contested if parties disagree about equitable distribution, custody/visitation, or support.

Do you need to have a document to be separated?

No. You need an intention to live apart from your spouse permanently and separately. Note that living separately may mean at opposite ends of the house.

Do you need to have a separation agreement if you have no assets or have been married for a very short time?
It is highly recommended.