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When you are looking for an attorney to assist you through family law matters of any kind, choosing a team with both experience and compassion is important. At the Law Offices of Michael Kevin Murphy, PLLC, our lawyers in Fairfax and throughout Northern Virginia are prepared to work tirelessly on your behalf, guiding you through this challenging and emotional time to a brighter future.

Learn more about what we have been able to achieve for our past clients, and reach out to us today to schedule your consultation. Call (703) 721-7640 to begin.

In consideration of evolving guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our office will continue to offer virtual appointments either through phone or video conferencing as we have for over a year. However, if you believe your case requires in-person interaction with an attorney, please call the office and we will work with you on a case-by-case basis to ensure that we comply with current CDC health-related guidance regarding social distancing, etc.

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USMC Major, Father v Child’s Mother

Mr. Murphy is a Virginia military divorce attorney who has successfully handled hundreds of cases of family law involving government employees and active duty or retired service members over three decades of practice. His clients have come from many U. S. states and around the World. If you are a US Government employee with a retirement package and you are facing family issues you cannot resolve, call Virginia military divorce lawyer Michael Kevin Murphy today.

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Rutledge vs. Rutledge

Virginia Court of Appeals, Record No. 0777-04-4, from the Circuit Court of Fairfax County In the case of Rutledge vs. Rutledge, a landmark Virginia case, Mr. Murphy’s client was spared from having to spend over $18,000 that would have been awarded to his former spouse by a Fairfax, Virginia trial court in legal fees, in connection with the former spouse’s motion for a modification of spousal support. Mr. Murphy successfully argued to the Virginia Court of Appeals that a little-used Virginia statute prohibited any such award.

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