Rinehart, Butler, Hodge, Moss & Bryant P.L.C.Virginia Family Law Practice

*Tandy Rinehart, Retired Partner

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    Stafford Lawyers

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    The attorneys at Rinehart, Butler, Hodge, Moss & Bryant, P.L.C. are a dedicated, tenacious group of experienced trial attorneys whose only goal is to achieve the best possible results for their clients.

    When you come to us with your family law issues – whether divorce, marital separation, child custody, visitation, support, or domestic violence – our first order of business is to understand your case. Our next goal is to help you understand your legal rights and the laws that affect your case. Finally, we work with you to develop and implement and approach that will move you toward your goals in the most efficient, inexpensive, and legally effective manner possible.

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    Practice Areas

    Separation and Marital Settlement Agreements

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    Child Support

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    Divorce

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    Military Divorce

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    Child Custody and Visitation

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    Domestic Violence and Allegations of Abuse

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    Experience that Counts

    Don’t trust your finances…your future…your family…to guesswork. Put an experienced, committed family law advocate in your corner.

    The law office of Rinehart, Butler, Hodge, Moss & Bryant, P.L.C. is located adjacent to the Stafford County Courthouse, and serves clients in the surrounding Virginia counties of Spotsylvania, Prince William, King George, Caroline and Orange, and also in the City of Fredericksburg,. Our Family Law practice handles a range of practice areas. Learn more here.

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    Virginia Protective Orders 101

    An Introduction to Virginia Law on Domestic Protective Orders

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    Change to Military Retirement Division Has Major Impact in Virginia Divorces

    In 2017, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) brought about major changes in how military retirement benefits are divided in Virginia divorce. Prior to the enactment of this law, state courts were not required by the federal government to follow a particular methodology in dividing a servicemember’s military retirement. The typical method of dividing military […]

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    Benefits of settling child custody cases outside of court

    Some people think it strange to hear an attorney talk about the benefits of staying out of court. But in child custody and visitation cases, one must consider the risks and costs associated with litigation, and also the possible benefits of resolving the case by agreement. See Ken Hodge’s Article

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