Matthew Howard Smith

Matthew Howard Smith

Family Law Attorney
Fairfax, VA




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About Me

Matthew Smith is a senior family law attorney at Livesay & Myers, P.C. He is the attorney in the firm most experienced in navigating the Fairfax County, Arlington and Alexandria family courts. An attorney since 2005, Mr. Smith has litigated every type of family law case in the courts of Northern Virginia, including high value equitable distribution cases, custody, support, and military divorce cases.

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Hourly ($300/hour)

Client Reviews

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Divorce after 40 years of marriage

Posted by: Chris 6 months ago.

Matt is a true professional. Never having any prior need for an attorney I could not have made a better choice than going with Matt Smith. He was...
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Jonathan Patrick McHugh
Jonathan McHugh

Leesburg, VA

8 months ago

Relationship: Co-worker

Experienced and knowledgeable, Mr. Smith has many years of experience trying family law cases across many jurisdictions in Virginia. Mr. Smith...
Anneshia Miller Grant
Anneshia Grant

Fairfax, VA

8 months ago

Relationship: Co-worker

Mr. Smith is an extremely knowledgeable and highly respected family law attorney. He is patient and understanding while also a superb advocate for...
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2005 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Virginia.
Last updated by Avvo: 11/29/2012
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2010 – present

Livesay & Myers, P.C.


Showing 1 of 2 degrees

2005 J.D. in Law

American University, Washington College of Law


Showing 1 of 4 awards

2015 Washington DC Rising Stars

Super Lawyers


Showing 1 of 7 association entries

2014- present Member

American Society of Legal Advocates

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Showing 2 of 4 publications

2013 Five Ways to Save Time and Money in Your Divorce


2013 Three Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a Family Lawyer

The Livesay & Myers Blog

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