Family Law Attorneys in Norfolk and Portsmouth

Dependable representation that will guide you through a difficult phase in your life

We will be with you every step of the way in your legal battle.

Family law matters take a toll on the mind and body. But you don’t have to go through it alone. Our Norfolk family law attorneys will guide you through legal processes and advise you when planning for the future. When we undertake a case, our team of lawyers and legal assistants will proactively work with you to bring about a court decision that is in your favor.

What sets our law firm apart?

Compassionate practice

We look out for your best interests and will take the time to know you and your unique circumstances.

Unwavering commitment

We are here to provide legal support until we reach the goal of getting the appropriate legal outcome.

High-quality representation

Let our team of lawyers with a proven track record of excellence advocate for your rights and safety.

Our practice areas

Whether you are separated or contemplating separation, having the right attorney by your side providing you with advice based on experience and knowledge of the law is crucial to achieving your goals and expectations.

The Garriott Maurer, PLLC legal team can help you navigate state requirements and streamline the complicated paperwork that adoption involves. We can act on your behalf and take care of all the onerous tasks of adoption.

The Garriott Maurer, PLLC attorneys understand that you want the best for your children and be able to look after their well-being when legalities have ended. Therefore, our lawyers will help you secure a parenting plan that is in everyone’s best interests.

Letting our divorce lawyers review, draft, and negotiate the separation agreement to protect your rights and assets is the best way to take a calm, measured approach to divorce. It allows both parties to avoid wasting time, money, and effort in a contested divorce.

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