Loudoun County, VA Divorce Law Firm
Ryan Mattson at Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC in Loudon County is an extensively experienced Virginia divorce attorney. Our attorneys know that people change and love can fade. When you are ready to file for divorce, contact Attorney Mattson for an expedited process. Divorce can be an arduous legal battle without the assistance of a commandeering and experienced attorney.
Attorney Mattson is thorough and efficient, and our law firm always approaches family law cases with compassion and understanding. Contact our Loudoun County divorce law firm today to learn how we can help through the divorce process.
How Long Do You Need to Be Separated to Get a Divorce in Virginia?
In Virginia, there are many valid reasons for filing divorce. In most cases, you will need to remain separated for an extended period of time before you can file for divorce in Virginia. In uncontested divorces, spouses must remain separated without cohabitation for one year. In some cases, such as evidence of physical or emotional abuse, the filing process can happen much quicker. If you have children, it may affect the timeframe as well [Code of Virginia; Title 20, Section 20-91].
Contact the Virginia divorce lawyer Ryan Mattson at the law firm of Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC to learn how your unique situation affects how long you must be separated from your spouse before filing for divorce.
Call Our Loudoun County Lawyers for a Free Consultation
At Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC, we can provide you with sound legal counsel. We know the stresses that coincide with divorce, and that is why we offer compassionate and thorough legal services. If you are in the Loudoun County area, call our attorneys at
571-421-2773or contact us through our website at myfastdivorce.com. The initial consultation is always free, so contact us today.