Your Divorce May Feel Like An Ending. We Want To Help You Prepare For New Beginnings.

A divorce can be one of the most difficult experiences a person goes through. For some, the break is sudden and unanticipated; for others, a separation is a long-time coming. Regardless of how or why your marriage is ending, we can help ensure you and your interests are protected as you begin a new chapter in your life.

Life doesn't come with a script. Our attorneys can lead you through the process so you don't have to improvise.

Professional Representation For The Modern Family

At Arnold & Bailey, we understand that each case we see brings its own unique set of circumstances and challenges. That is why we work directly with our clients to ensure we have a clear, comprehensive understanding of the goals and objectives we need to pursue both during and after divorce. Although some cases lend themselves to quick uncontested resolutions, some require thoughtful and patient planning and deliberation to achieve the desired outcome. Whether resolving matters through negotiations and settlement or taking a case to trial, our attorneys will provide the creative and aggressive representation that fits your individual needs.

Some of the most common issues we help our clients address and resolve during divorce or legal separation include:

Located near Washington, D.C., a significant portion of our clients are federal employees. When going through property division, it's important to consider the federal employee benefits, such as the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). Our attorneys have years of experience resolving these issues and can tailor our methods to the specific needs of federal employees.

Not Just Your Lawyers

A divorce or separation is one of the most significant transitions in a person's life. At Arnold & Bailey, we will help guide you through the legal processes while you prepare for the next phase of your life. To discuss your options, contact us at our Charles Town, West Virginia, law office at 304-930-5721. You can also reach us via email by completing an online contact form.