James Livesay is the lead family law attorney at Livesay Myers, P.C. After... more
James Livesay is the lead family law attorney at Livesay Myers, P.C. After graduating from the prestigious University of Virginia School of Law in 1998, Mr. Livesay served in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps from 1998-2001. Drawing on his experience as a Navy JAG officer, he established the military divorce section of the firm in 2003 and has guided it since that time.
Attorney Danielle Snead practices exclusively Family Law at Livesay & Myers. She is... more
Attorney Danielle Snead practices exclusively Family Law at Livesay & Myers. She is one of the firm’s most skilled courtroom advocates, with a relentless work ethic and a passion for family law. Ms. Snead represents clients in Stafford County, Spotsylvania County and the Fredericksburg area, with a special emphasis on contested divorce and custody cases.
Ben Carafiol is a senior associate attorney in the Fredericksburg office of Livesay &... more
Ben Carafiol is a senior associate attorney in the Fredericksburg office of Livesay & Myers. He practices exclusively Family Law, representing clients in separation, divorce, custody and support cases in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George and surrounding areas. As one of the leading military divorce lawyers in the firm, Mr. Carafiol is intimately familiar with issues of milita... view profile
Matt began his legal career as a legal services specialist in the U.S. Marine Corps... more
Matt began his legal career as a legal services specialist in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1998, then as an attorney in Fredericksburg in 2007. He is the founding partner of Kurylo & Gold. In addition to providing assistance to clients, Matt serves as managing partner of the firm. Matt received his B.S. from Campbell University and his J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law. He grew up... view profile
A divorce lawyer helps you if you no longer want to be married. Whether you want a legal separation or the marriage ended, divorce lawyers assist you to arrange financial and family matters, typically in a negotiation with your spouse's lawyer. Alimony, child custody, child support, and a fair division of community assets (like who keeps the house or how your checking and savings accounts are divided) are matters that a divorce lawyer is trained to help determine.