Manassas Criminal, Immigration & Divorce Lawyers
Other Offices: Fairfax (VA) Fredericksburg (VA) Leesburg (VA)
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Law Firm OverviewLivesay & Myers is a family law, divorce, criminal defense and immigration law firm with multiple office locations serving clients throughout Northern Virginia. Founding partner Jim Livesay is an experienced divorce attorney and former Navy JAG, where he received multiple awards for his skills as an attorney and his achievements as a trial lawyer, including two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. The firm has enjoyed a great deal of success and growth based on a simple, but effective principle: hard work wins cases.
The attorneys at Livesay & Myers believe in maintaining a client-to-attorney ratio that ensures that each case will be given the care and attention it deserves. The firm has handled all types of matters of criminal defense, seen every scenario in divorces, and helped countless immigrants get started on their path to the American dream. At Livesay & Myers attorneys understand that these cases aren’t just another file number – they are important chapters with far-reaching effects on the lives of their clients.
In addition to civilian divorces, partner Jim Livesay used his armed services background to help establish a comprehensive military divorce practice at the firm. Military divorce has several key distinctions from regular civilian divorce and requires an attorney who knows the ins and outs of military law. All of the staff members at Livesay & Myers have a wealth of experience and extensive knowledge of the law, so clients may rest assured that their case will always be handled by an extremely competent attorney who will work diligently to pursue their best interest.
Year this Office was Established: 2009
Languages: Spanish, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Contested Divorce; Uncontested Divorce; Equitable Distribution; Military Divorce & Federal Government Divorce; Protective Orders; Misdemeanors; Indecent Liberties with a Minor; Aggravated Sexual Battery; Carnal Knowledge; Federal Criminal Charges; Public Corruption; Violent Crimes; Malicious or Unlawful Wounding; Larceny; Reckless Driving; Driving on a Revoked or Suspended License; Criminal Appeals; Larceny; Malicious or Unlawful Wounding; Sentencing Guidelines; Advance Parole; Criminal Convictions; Deportation.
Areas of Law Description
Our practice includes:
- Family & Divorce
A divorce or custody battle can be a stressful and traumatic experience. A good family attorney can alleviate some of the emotional burden, while poor legal representation can make an already painful experience significantly worse. Our family lawyers at Livesay & Myers, P.C. will do the hard work necessary to give you peace of mind, by providing a steady hand throughout settlement negotiations and, if necessary, trial.
- Criminal Defense
The judicial process can be complicated and dangerous for those charged with crimes in Virginia, from traffic offenses to serious felonies. Our goal is to give every client the best possible defense against whatever charges they are facing—through strenuous preparation, careful planning, and aggressive pursuit of every possible avenue of defense. You can rely on the experience and ability of our lawyers to guide you through the treacherous terrain of the criminal justice system—to fight for you every step of the way.
Immigration law is a complicated area, involving multiple agencies and a large number of federal rules and regulations. Our experienced immigration attorneys can give your application for permanent residence, citizenship, or a visa the greatest chance of success. And, for those placed in removal or deportation proceedings, our lawyers can give you the best chance at obtaining one of the available forms of relief.
Mr. Kevin R. Myers
Car Accident, Estate Planning
- Prince William County Bar Association
- Virginia State Bar
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