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Family Law

Farrell & Croft is adept at guiding our clients beyond the turmoil of family law issues with a caring, compassionate approach to a successful resolution of the issues... Read More

Separation

If you have made the the often difficult decision to separate, soon the gravity of the decision will be realized with the details surrounding the physical separation. It may seem overwhelming, but we can help you navigate through the weighty decision... Read More

Divorce and Annulment

Whether you are involved in a contested or uncontested divorce or annulment, our attorneys will work diligently to protect your interests in resolving all aspects of your case... Read More

Child Custody and Visitation

Custody and visitation issues can be some of the most challenging family law issues because of the sensitive nature of these issues. Parents can and often do have different approaches to child-rearing. Differences on discipline, religion, education,... Read More

Child Support

Pursuant to Virginia law, both parents have a duty to support their children. If the parents cannot agree on the amount of child support to be paid, the courts will determine the amount of child support by reference to the Virginia Child Support Guid... Read More

Spousal Support

Also known as alimony or separate maintenance, spousal support is paid by a spouse with the financial ability to the spouse with a legitimate need. Farrell & Croft, P.C.'s experienced Prince William County spousal support attorneys work on your beha... Read More

Division of Marital Property

The court, upon divorce, must classify, value, and divide marital property equitably or fairly. How marital property is valued and classified can really shape the distribution of property between the parties. The family law attorneys at Farrell & Cro... Read More

Marital Debt

Marital debt is that debt which is incurred for the benefit of the marriage during the marriage by either party, regardless of whether that debt is titled jointly or is solely in the name of either the husband or wife. Farrell & Croft, P.C.'s experi... Read More

Adoption and Surrogacy

There are many ways to expand your family aside from natural child birth. Adoption and surrogacy are two common forms and both need the assistance of an experienced family law attorney. The attorneys at Farrell and Croft, P.C. know the intricacies of... Read More

Enforcement of Court Orders

Prince William County Family and Divorce Attorneys for Enforcement of  Court Orders Family law issues are submitted to a Virginia court for determination if the parties are unable to reach an agreement. Once the resolution of the issue, either by vi... Read More

Child Abuse and Neglect

The Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Social Services – Child Protective Services handles the investigation of any reported case of child abuse or neglect. Their power is tremendous including the ability to remove child from your home, tal... Read More

Protective Orders

Protective Orders can be obtained against a family or household member in Virginia when there has been an act of family abuse which is defined under Virginia law as “any act involving violence, force, or threat that results in bodily injury or plac... Read More

Mediation

Sometimes divorcing spouses are able to work cooperatively for the benefit of their family. For those willing to give full disclosure of financial situations, divorce mediation may be the answer. Mediation empowers you to problem solve; a successful... Read More

Criminal Defense

If you or a family member have been charged with a crime in Northern Virginia or are concerned you may be charged with a crime, it is important that you schedule an initial consultation with a criminal defense attorney right away... Read More

Violent Offenses

Violent offenses in Virginia are those offenses that cause serious threat or injury to another person and may involve the use of a deadly weapon. Punishments for such crimes are usually greater than twenty years and may even include a life sentence... Read More

Sexual Offenses

Having an experienced litigator handle your case if you are charged with a sexual offense is critical. Criminal defense attorney Amy Ashworth has ten years of experience as a prosecutor handling these types of cases... Read More

Juvenile Offenses

Any act that would be classified as a crime if the perpetrator were an adult is considered a delinquent act if committed by a juvenile in Virginia. Common charges against teenagers and children include possession of alcohol, possession or distributio... Read More

Drug Offenses

The use of many substances in Virginia is controlled by the state. A violation of these laws includes not only the use of drugs deemed to be without medicinal value, such has heroin and cocaine, but also the illegal use or possession of drugs that ma... Read More

Other Felonies, Misdemeanors, Traffic Offenses

No matter the crime you are charged with, the prosecution is required to prove every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt. Your defense is only as strong as the attorney you have hired to represent you. Attorney Amy Ashworth has a proven... Read More

Personal Injury

If you are seriously injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, the attorneys at Farrell & Croft, P.C. will aggressively fight for you to be fully compensated for all damages that the law may allow including medical expenses, lost time and w... Read More

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