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Proven Springfield, Virginia, Divorce Lawyers

Becker, Kellogg & Berry attorneys are accomplished, and have credentials that speak for themselves. Both Mr. Becker and Ms. Berry have over 30 years of family law experience so that their knowledge of the statutes, and how the statutes are interpreted by the courts, is extensive. We are caring and empathetic, someone you can talk to about the many challenges associated with separation and divorce.

If you want to protect yourself and your family throughout the process of reaching a divorce settlement, please contact our law firm today.

Dependable Information to Help You Make Sound Decisions

When you are getting a divorce, you want to make confident choices that protect your future and your children's best interests. We are prepared to answer your questions and help you explore all viable options on issues such as:

Pursuing Solutions that Reduce Costs and Emotional Damage

For many of our clients, a major priority is avoiding a drawn-out, costly divorce that robs them of focus on other important matters and may leave emotional scars. At Becker, Kellogg & Berry, P.C., we are capable, proven litigators should you need to go to court — but we actively support every effort to reach a fair settlement through negotiation.

If you and your spouse choose to mediate your disputes or work through a collaborative divorce, the attorneys at Becker, Kellogg & Berry, P.C., can help you do so. A mediator does not give legal advice, but we can provide the guidance and structure to permit you and your spouse to negotiate with each other to reach a mutually acceptable agreement. Although the mediation process will generally involve several meetings, it is almost always less expensive, both from a financial and an emotional perspective, than litigating disputes in court. The collaborative divorce process is an option for divorcing couples who are both committed to resolving disputes respectfully and equitably without going to court. The collaborative divorce process involves each spouse having an attorney who is trained to provide personalized advice and also promote the process of reaching a fair resolution of all issues facing the family upon separation and divorce. As with mediation, the collaborative process will generally involve several meetings between both spouses and their attorneys, as well as other specialists, such as financial advisors and child development experts, as desired, it is also almost always less expensive, both from a financial and emotional perspective, than litigating disputes in court.

Respect for Your Personal Situation and Key Priorities

We counsel people preparing to file for divorce, and those who have been filed upon and need to respond. Are you separated by mutual consent? Living apart, but under the same roof? We are very familiar with these situations as well, and we can help you formalize an agreement for your divorce.

You can depend on us to help you spot potential issues you may not have considered and work closely with you to find the best approach to your case. Every individual we counsel has particular concerns and needs, and we tailor our approach accordingly. Let's start with a thorough initial consultation — a sit-down conversation intended to uncover the major issues that matter to you.

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