Loy Law, P.L.L.C.
Collaborative Law: Separation, Divorce & Custody without fear
Collaborative Law is a welcome addition to our practice because it saves families; relationships can continue after separation.
Establishing "Separate but Equal" Loving households for your children to grow in benefits everyone, learn how by contacting our firm or visit the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
for more information.
Family is paramount. Try to make your marriage work; you owe it to yourselves. If you need some issues resolved, consider a separation or post-marital agreement. Alleviate some of the fears and unknowns that can arise in a marriage by putting certainty in your future.
Separation, Divorce and Custody decisions can be unthinkably difficult to manage. Work with attorneys whose joint goal is to provide relief to you, your spouse, and your family and get you through this painful time. Avoid expensive and drawn out litigation by choosing Collaborative Law. Are you concerned about the finances during and after separation, are you experiencing anxiety and do not know where to turn for support? Financial and mental health professionals can be added to the Collaborative team.
Who knows your children and family, your traditions, important events, expectations, lifestyle better than you, the Mother and Father? YOU are the most qualified to decide for your life, no Judge can step into your place. She or he is shown only a snapshot, a very brief summary of your family, finances and most importantly your children before making life-altering decisions that temporarily and permanently affect your family.
Give your family more; choose the best for your children.
Do not be saddled with a Generic or "standard visitation schedule." Through the Collaborative process, together we craft solutions to remedy the hurt, work through the tough issues, find answers and make a long term plan that works for your particular family.
The majority of the firm's practice is devoted to Family Law matters including Divorce, Marital/Property Agreements, Spousal Support, Child Custody, Child Support, Abuse and Neglect, Visitation, Adoption, Child Entrustment, Child Protective Services Issues and Appeals and Name Changes. Free half (½) hour consultations available: contact us
An Uncontested Divorce is available for parties who are able to agree upon their property, support and custody issues. It is also an option when there is no property to divide regardless of where the other spouse may be located. Attorney's fees can be limited in these cases.
Contested Divorce, Custody, Visitation or Support matters involve hearings and an uncertain number of Court appearances. These matters are complex and often emotions run high. Court hearings can be mentally, physically and financially draining. We'll guide you through the division of property, discuss the impact of sole and shared custody, legal and physical custody arrangements and visitation options so you can make informed decisions for your family.
Sometimes a contested matter can be negotiated without sacrificing a client.s best interests; we'll use our best effort to mediate. When we can help clients save assets for themselves and their children through a settlement rather than pay higher attorney's fees, a referral from that happy client is always a better result.
The firm handles Personal Injury cases, security and a helpful hand is what we provide. We deal with insurance companies in an effort to secure the most compensation for your loss. This leaves you free to concentrate on getting the medical care you need. The Commonwealth of Virginia grants you two (2) years before you have to file suit so you have time to heal and assess your damages.
Personal Injury has changed in the last few years. What can you expect if you have minor or major injuries, are medical payments are available under any applicable insurance policies, what about lost wages? A half-hour consultation with us will provide you with the information you need. Contact Us
Contact our office by telephone 703.815.0000, or email