Most family law attorneys regard courtroom proceedings as a necessary, but hopefully... more
Most family law attorneys regard courtroom proceedings as a necessary, but hopefully avoidable, part of their practice. Not SmolenPlevys Kyung (Kathryn) Dickerson, who enjoys the challenge of the courtroom. I love going to court, Dickerson says. Its a constant proving ground. Being in court keeps you sharp and focused and if you enjoy being in the courtroom, then each appearance teaches you how... view profile
Since 1999, I have practiced solely in the area of family law. In the context of a... more
Since 1999, I have practiced solely in the area of family law. In the context of a typical divorce case, I will address matters of property division, assignment of debts, determination of spousal support, determination of custody and visitation, and determination of child support. Prior to entering private practice in Virginia, I was an active duty Judge Advocate in the United States Marine ... view profile
Laurie M. Crawford attended Loyola University in Maryland where she received a... more
Laurie M. Crawford attended Loyola University in Maryland where she received a Bachelor of Arts with concentrations in English and Political Science in 1997. She then spent time working as a legal assistant in a trust and estates firm in Baltimore, Maryland, a family law firm in Fairfax, Virginia and a corporate law firm in Washington, D.C. prior to attending law school. Laurie earned her l... view profile
Arash D. Zarei is a lifetime resident of Fairfax County. Mr. Zarei devotes his... more
Arash D. Zarei is a lifetime resident of Fairfax County. Mr. Zarei devotes his practice to representing clients with high-quality, personal, and cost-effective services. Mr. Zareis knowledge and experience in multiple areas of law has given him the edge required for resolving complex cases.
Deborah N. Arthur, Attorney-at-Law, has built a long-standing reputation in the... more
Deborah N. Arthur, Attorney-at-Law, has built a long-standing reputation in the Fairfax County, Virginia community for being an attorney with a drive for success. Earning her B.S. in Business Administration from George Mason University in 1977, she continued her education, earning her J.D. from George Mason University in 1982, after spending two years at the Department of Justice. Since then,... view profile
I am a D.C. native who grew up on Capitol Hill. I attended Columbia University and... more
I am a D.C. native who grew up on Capitol Hill. I attended Columbia University and graduated with a degree of Political Science. I lettered in Crew and Football. After college, I entered the field of Education Policy. Two classes shy of my Master's in Education from George Washington University, I decided that law was the way real change is enacted. I attended Georgetown University Scho... view profile
Why didI decide to be a lawyer? I decided to become a lawyer after watching my... more
Why didI decide to be a lawyer? I decided to become a lawyer after watching my father represent clients in trial. A person charged with a crime has one person in the courtroom they can trust, their lawyer. I decided to be a lawyer to assist people during one of the most tragic and difficult times in their lives. What work experience and education helps mebe a better lawyer? Trying to be ... 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.