Attorney Justin Daniel successfully tried a hotly contested Custody and Visitation case in Prince William County where the Mother had taken the kids and come to Virginia without the Father’s consent. After a lengthy trial, the Judge reversed the existing custody situation and awarded the Father (client) primary physical custody of both children.
Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a Divorce Settlement where the client received more than 95% of the equity in the marital home without the client having to endure the expense of a trial.
Attorney Justin Daniel won a Protective Order case where the client was accused of stalking the Petitioner.
Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated the dismissal of a Protective Order appeal filed against client.
Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a Divorce Settlement where client received full physical and legal custody of the child with no visitation to the opposing party as desired, and full child support; client did not have to endure the expense of trial.
Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a Divorce Settlement where opposing party received less than half of the amount of her original demand for payment out of the marital property.
Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a resolution on a Rule to Show Cause filed by client against Wife for violating the Final Decree of Divorce in numerous ways; client received a judgment in the amount of $60,000 representing the full amount owed by Wife to Husband for her violations.
Attorney Justin Daniel won a Custody and Visitation trial allowing client to remain the primary physical custodian of the child and have the visitation schedule that he desired for the other parent.
Attorney Justin Daniel won a Child Support Rule to Show Cause on behalf of the Mother; client’s child support remained unchanged and Father was found to be approximately $26,000 in arrearages.
Attorney Justin Daniel succeeded in obtaining greater custody rights and more visitation for his client, the Father, after the Mother appealed the case to Fairfax Circuit Court.