Jon Moseley


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Regardless of your situation, divorce can be overwhelmingly emotional and financially stressful.


Divorce can bring a number of challenges

While many people experience similar feelings and struggles, no two divorces are the same. You deserve individualized attention and care as you work through one of the most difficult processes of your life.

not spending enough time with your kids?

Child custody is one of the issues in divorce that can become even more acrimonious than dividing the money. Parents love their children, and everyone wants what is best for them. However, it is common for divorcing parents to disagree over what is indeed best for their children. 

Custody in Virginia can involve physical custody (with whom the child lives) and legal custody (which parent makes the key decisions for the child, including medical, schooling and lifestyle decisions). 

Do not negotiate the division of assets in a divorce alone

Whether you are in a high-asset divorce or facing the possibility of bankruptcy, it is important to work with an experienced lawyer to protect your interests and make sure your final asset division agreement is favorable to you.

Are you paying too much in child support?

Circumstances change. This maxim is true for everyone, and it certainly holds true for couples after divorce. At the end of your divorce, you left with a divorce decree that detailed all of the responsibilities of each party, including child support, child custody, spousal support and other obligations. While the intention of the courts is that divorce decrees should be permanent, judges understand that circumstances change, and when they do, divorce decrees often need to change with them.

You should have a talk with Jon Moseley about what you hope to get out of your individual situation. What do you need to get your fresh new start? I will provide straightforward, tactical legal advice in an effort to give you the information you need to make educated decisions about your future.

Contact Jon at (703) 656-1230 to discuss your case in more detail.

Disclaimer: The information contained on this website is not legal advice. Every case is different and a consultation with Jon Moseley is necessary in order to retain us and form an attorney-client relationship. We hope that the information on this website is helpful to you, but it is general in nature and not client-specific.