Divorces are stressful and taxing, even when they are amicable. There are significant considerations in play, both personal and financial, that need to be fully explored. There are questions of asset and debt allocation, as well as spousal support. Matters can get even more complicated when children are involved, and questions of child support and custody come into play.
At The Law Office of C.W. Roop, PLLC, we strive to provide individuals entangled in the divorce process with understanding, yet realistic representation. Lead attorney Christopher Roop has assisted clients across Virginia, helping to find optimal resolutions, no matter the difficulty of the situation.
An Accessible Attorney For A Stressful Situation
Whether your divorce is amicable or not, we strive to provide comprehensive assistance, in order to reduce the mental and emotional burden associated with these matters. We help individuals through all aspects of the divorce procedure, including property division, custody and support issues, post-divorce modifications and more.
We place a great emphasis on working toward making the proceedings go as smoothly as possible, particularly if children are involved. Attorney Christopher Roop is also a guardian ad litem, or a court-appointed guardian, selected to best represent the interests of children in cases involving kids. This experience translates to our practice, where we strive to do the utmost necessary to find out what agreements will be in the best interests of your children.
We strive to resolve situations without the cost and length of extensive court involvement. However, we are also fully prepared to fight for your rights at trial if necessary.
The Importance Of Quality Representation
Having a lawyer by your side who is dedicated to creating the optimal situation for both you and your kids is of paramount importance, particularly in complicated divorce matters. At our firm, we seek to provide personalized, attentive representation, working in tandem with you to find the most optimal resolution.