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2017 Achievements - Farrell & Croft P.C. - The Year in Review

Our 2017 achievements included reaching a practice milestone, adding additional practice areas, and receiving the top Client Satisfaction Award from Martindale-Hubbell. We celebrated our 25th year in business together! Farrell & Croft, Attorneys... Read More
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Successful Management of Holiday Schedules in Separation and Divorce

Stress Can’t Be Avoided – Or Can It? Coordinating holiday schedules including your children with family and friends is a challenge.  Add into the mix the competing schedules of families in separation or divorce and the challenge is on. ... Read More
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Estate Planning After a Divorce

After a divorce people often wonder: should I change my Will? The answer is: probably.  Working through a divorce is a difficult process full of many decisions. One decision which frequently gets overlooked is the estate plan. Even so, divorce is on... Read More
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Must an engagement ring be returned when one party breaks off the engagement?

In August 2012, a boyfriend in Fairfax, Virginia, proposed to his girlfriend with a 2 carat diamond ring worth $26,000.  She accepted and the happy couple began planning their wedding.  Sadly, over the next year, their relationship soured and the b... Read More
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Farrell & Croft Launches New Website - Adds New Partner

When Kathy Farrell and Cathy Croft started their practice over 25 years ago, they had big plans for becoming the best family law firm to serve Prince William County families. By providing top quality legal services and compassion for the people they... Read More
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