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Amy represents clients in complex domestic relations matters, including divorce, child custody and adoption, before Virginia Courts. In addition to her litigation practice, she represents clients in collaborative settlement negotiations and alternative dispute resolution processes and is a member of the NBI faculty for continuing legal education.
Amy is included in Virginia’s leading legal directory Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and has been named one of the top lawyers in Virginia in the field of domestic relations by multiple legal directories and publications. She has received the Client Distinction Award from Martindale-Hubble, has been named a Top Attorney by Coastal Virginia Magazine, and has been selected as a "10 Best Female Attorneys" by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. Inclusion in these publications reflects that she is an outstanding lawyer who has attained a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition.
Amy has been practicing law exclusively in the area of domestic relations since 2003. She endeavors in every case to be thoughtful in the way she approaches the issues, always keeping in mind that the outcome in a family law matter will have a great impact on the trajectory of each family member’s future.
Amy served as a panel member advising local courts on family law practice and procedure. She also filed one of the first Virginia petitions for adoption on behalf of a same-sex couple following the United States Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 U.S. 644 (2015).
Amy joined her husband Noah in founding Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC in 2009, and she has had the privilege of helping people through difficult divorce and child custody battles since the firm's inception. She has represented people from all walks of life, from executives of Fortune 500 corporations to small business owners and stay-at-home parents.
Before the formation of Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC, Amy practiced as an attorney with Kenneth B. Murov, Esq. in Newport News, Virginia. Prior to her admission to the Virginia State Bar in 2003, Amy received her Juris Doctor at the Dickinson School of Law of Pennsylvania State University, where she was selected to the Appellate Moot Court board, Employment Law Journal, and ACLU’s Know Your Rights teaching panel. She speaks English, Spanish and (conversational) Farsi.