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Hite Kaminsky Family Law & Mediation, PLLC are highly respected Fairfax family lawyers with a firm that focuses exclusively on family law, including separation agreements, divorce, support, custody, visitation, and related areas. We are located near the Fairfax County Courthouse at 10505 Judicial Drive, Suite 200, Fairfax, Virginia 22030, and are proud to serve clients in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William.

 Family Law & Divorce Attorneys Fairfax Virginia

Divorce and other family law matters can be emotionally charged and stressful. At Hite Kaminsky Family Law & Mediation, PLLC we strive to do everything possible to mitigate that strain. Our goal is to help you—and your family—regain a sense of normalcy and secure long-term financial stability.

Whether you are seeking spousal support, child support, custody, or visitation rights, our highly skilled Fairfax family law attorneys listen to your needs and work with you to craft an approach tailored to your unique personal and financial situation.  We work hard to help you achieve the best possible resolution -- one that you can live with for years to come.

If you are concerned with maintaining amicable relations, mediation or collaborative law might be a good approach for you. Both mediation and collaborative law offer greater flexibility and opportunity for creatively drafting resolutions that satisfy the needs of both parties, outside the constraints of what a judge might order.  

While an amicable, negotiated settlement is the preferred outcome, if your matter needs to be litigated, we will vigorously advocate for you and your best interests. Our experienced Fairfax family law attorneys have proven track records both in and out of the courtroom.

Call (703) 766-0732 for more information.

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