Highly experienced, prompt and attentive.
|VA||Authorized to practice law||2006||03/31/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2016|
|Top 10 Attorneys Under 40||National Academy Of Family Law Attorneys||2016|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Legal Elite||Virginia Business Magazine||2015|
|Owner||Stonebridge Title, LLC||2011 - Present|
|Partner||Solan Alzamora, PLLC||2011 - Present|
|Associate||Cooch & Lapham, PLLC||2006 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Virginia Trial Lawyers Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|Fairfax Bar Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Virginia Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Clinic for Legal Services to Servicemembers and Veterans||Pro Bono Lawyer||2012 - 2016|
|Legal Services of Northern Virginia - Housing Law Project||Pro Bono Lawyer||2008 - 2010|
|Northern Virginia Bro Bono Law Center||Pro Bono Lawyer||2007 - 2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Imputed Income Primer||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||A Brief History Lesson on the Tender Years Doctrine (Part 1)||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||A Brief History Lesson on the Tender Years Doctrine (Part 2)||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||When Keeping it Unreal Goes Wrong||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Courts Aren’t Stupid||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Outside the Box Thinking Put in a Box||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Some Clarity on Termination Provisions in Agreements||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Evolving Meanings of Cohabitation and Relationship Analogous to a Marriage||2016|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Spouse’s Needs v. Children’s Needs||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Strange Burden of Giving||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Be Sure to Ask Questions||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||OMG Spousal Support||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Odd Case of Alternative Spousal Support||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Sometimes It’s the Little Things||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Remarriage vs. De Facto Remarriage||2015|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Traffic Law: No Signal is a Signal to Pull You Over||2015|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI Law: Parking Under the Influence Again||2015|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Tardies . . . A Crime No Longer||2014|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: Parking While Intoxicated . . . The Last Word?||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Return of the Engagement Ring Case!||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Gay Marriage is Legal in Virginia . . . Sorta||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Marriage That Wasn't||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Perils of Relocation Illustrated||2014|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI Law: But I Wasn’t Trying to Drive!||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||A Poster Case for the Father's Rights Movement||2014|
|Virginia Family law Blog||Proving Adultery Through the Paramour||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Why You Should Hire a Divorce Attorney . . . An Illustration||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||A New Name Change Case!||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Virginia Divorces: Recent Cautionary Tales||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Need for Specificity in Settlement Agreements||2014|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Tardies - A Silent Crime Under the Virginia Code||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||What is Cohabitation? (Part 2)||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Divorce in Popular Culture – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Grandparent Visitation Woes||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Apportioning Debt Discharged in Bankruptcy||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Millionaires, Marital Waste and Spousal Support||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Negative Nonmonetary Contributions Illustrated . . . or Why You Should Be Nice to Heather||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Loose Lips and the Meaning of Marital Debt||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||To Modify a QDRO . . . or Stopping Scoundrels||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Marital Waste Illustrated . . . Sort Of||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||The Negative Equity Scenario||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Proof of Cohabitation||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: Parking While Intoxicated . . . A Reminder||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: Of Mopeds and Public Highways in Virginia||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Traffic Law: What’s a Fog Line? . . . or Don’t Drive on a Fog Line||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI Law: The Private Parking Lot Loophole in Action||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: Refusing Field Sobriety Tests and Consciousness of Guilt||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: I Saw Him Speeding There||2013|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Reckless Driving: See Some Evil, Hear Very Little Evil, Prove No Evil||2013|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Spousal Support Modification: An Illustration||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Grounds for Divorce: A History Lesson||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Why Do We Even Have Sposual Support in Virginia (Economic Version)?||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Wedding Gifts: Lord of the Rings||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Why Do We Even Have Spousal Support in Virginia?||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Reckless Driving in Virginia: The Temporary Return of Sanity to D.C.||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Spousal Support and Adultery: A Manifestly Unjust Application of the Manifest Injustice Exception||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Reckless Driving in Virginia: Beware D.C. Residents||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Marital Property Division: Catch-All as Be-All End-All||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Historic Virginia Crimes: The Night Prowler||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Marital Property Division: Gunshot Bullets Aren’t So Bad for The Health Of Your Equitable Distribution||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Criminal Law: The Rise and Fall of Obscene Under the Harassment Statutes||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Collecting Unpaid Child Support in Virginia: QDROs as Collections Tool||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Police Searches: Forced Consent||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Is a Student Loan Debt a Marital Debt or a Separate Debt in a Virginia Divorce?||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia DUI: Pushing the Supreme Court’s Buttons||2012|
|Virginia Family Law Blog||Can You Change Your Child’s Last Name After a Divorce in Virginia?||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||When Can You Expunge a Criminal Charge in Virginia?||2012|
|Virginia Criminal and Traffic Law Blog||Virginia Bigamy Law: A Crime in Two Marriages||2012|
|George Mason University School of Law||Law||J.D.||2006|
|University of Virginia||Systems Engineering||B.S.||2003|
|The Women's Center Workshops||I Thought We Were Done?! Handling Issues After the Divorce||2015|
|The Women's Center Workshops||I Thought We Were Done?! Handling Issues After the Divorce||2014|
|Second Saturday - Fairfax, Virginia||Divorce and the Law||2012|
|Second Saturday - Fairfax, Virginia||Divorce and the Law||2011|
|Second Saturday - Fairfax, Virginia||Divorce and the Law||2010|
Posted by Syed A Hussain
I was a defendant in a change of custody trial which was to begun 10:00 AM on July 13, 2016.
I met Mr. Solan first time on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at 11:15 AM alongside his partner Mr. Jacob Alzamora. They reviewed my case and decided to take the case at around 1:00 PM.
They spent next 4 hours or so to review the documents I had provided to them and also sent an associate to the Court house for additional documents to understand the case.
We met at the Court house the next day at around 9:45 AM. The trial began at around 11:45 AM due to plaintiff not arranging the Court reporter ahead of time where Mr. Solan stepped in and arranged the reporter.
At the trial by the end of the first day the Plaintiff and 5 other witnesses testified against me where it seemed like I stood no chance at all but for some reason Mr. Solan was calm.
Next day, Thursday July 14, 2016 at around 9:15 AM Mr. Solan move the Court to dismiss the case with a extremely compelling and undeniable defense the Honorable Judge dismissed the case by 9:45 AM.
It is important to note the opposing counsel had over 60 years of experience in the same Court house and extremely famous in family law and has a reputation of not losing a case was accompanied by an associate.
In conclusion Mr. Solan was my David in David & Goliath match.
Certain things to remember when dealing with Mr. Solan, be extremely honest about everything even if you have done something wrong. Also he WILL ask you to be 100% honest in your testimony.
I have had several lawyers in my case in the past but Mr. Solan is different breed, he actually listens to you and actually cares. I would HIGHLY recommend Mr. Solan and his partner Mr. Alzamora in any legal situation.
Posted by Aftab Khan
Nick is an excellent professional trial attorney who is intelligent, honest and ethical. He helped me get custody of my two boys (ages: 1 year and two months) and won the protective order trial at the Fairfax circuit court. The results were no alimony and no child support as the wife was asking. Going through custody or domestic issues is never easy and its often difficult to focus and keep track of objectives, with Nick and his excellent team of lawyers and administrative staff, I was able to maintain my sanity in these tough times so I can focus on recovery and begin to heal.
Given his engineering background, Nick offers unique advantage to a case by focusing meticulously on the substance of the matter and discounting any here-say or extraneous data. He is knowledgeable, articulate, well-prepared, and patient and goal oriented with mission focus to achieve the best possible outcome for his client. We need more lawyers like Nick in this world and therefore I highly recommend his for any/all legal matters.