Reese has had the opportunity to develop relationships with many members of the bench and bar.These relationships allow her to better serve her clients by being able to evaluate her arguments and case presentation to best suit her audience.
Named a Top Lawyer by Northern Virginia Magazine, December 2011. State President-Elect at Virginia Women's Attorney Association, June 2010-June 2011. 20th Annual Family Law Seminar, March 2003 and was a presenter of the same program for the Virginia Trial Lawyers Assn. State President at Virginia Women's Attorney Assocation, June 2011-present. Presented Case Law and Legislative Updates at the Arlington Bar Assn's.Located in Fairfax City, Reese Law Office provides advocacy, mediation, collaboration, and litigation services to families in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Influential Women of Virginia Honoree by Virginia Lawyers Media; 2012. Named a Top Divorce Lawyer by Northern Virginia Magazine, December 2009, June 2010 and June 2011. Named a Super Lawyer by the Virginia Super Lawyers Magazine, 2010-2012. Awarded "AV" preeminent status through Matrindale-Hubbell. Selected for Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers for 2012. Family Law Continuing Legal Education Seminars, July 2003; Presented Recent Developments in Virginia Family Law, August 2001-September 2002, for the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar in Richmond and Roanoke; Participated as a lecturer for the Virginia State Attorney General's Office Statewide Attorney Training Seminar 2000, for the Division of Child Support Enforcement, where she presented a section entitled "Family Law and Legislative Update".The firm strives to serve its clients with excellent and cost effective legal representation while helping the client navigate the legal system with the aid of professionals who will look out for, and if need be, fight for their rights. AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, 2011-2013. at the VWAA annual conference, featuring the following Judges: The Honorable Sarah Deneke; The Honorable Becky J. This pamphlet discusses the legalities of marriage in Virginia, including name change, debt, property rights, insurance, powers of attorney, and support obligations.
It is published by the Virginia State Bar, the official organization of lawyers in Virginia, through its Family Law Section.
He is the editor of the Virginia Family Law Quarterly, the official publication of the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar.
Brian is a past Chair of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section Board of Governors.
The ruling, handed down late last week, clarifies a section of Virginia divorce law nearly a year after same-sex marriage became legal nationwide.“The individual in the same-sex relationship would continue to receive support while the individual in the opposite-sex relationship would not,” Justice William C. “We cannot conclude that the General Assembly intended such a result.”Mims noted in the opinion that the General Assembly considered language clearly defining cohabitation as only pertaining to the opposite sex, but that amendment was rejected in favor of the broader language in the law today.
The ACLU of Virginia represented Luttrell in the case.
Its purpose is to provide the public with answers to some questions about the law in Virginia with respect to marriage and related areas.