Experience Across The Spectrum Of Virginia Family Law And Criminal Defense
Legal problems are complex and intimidating, especially when you know the outcome will affect your personal well-being for years to come. People who must confront divorce, child custody concerns, criminal charges and other serious issues are best served by a lawyer who communicates actively, presents choices clearly and drives hard for difference-making results.
Extending A Family Legacy Of Legal Representation With Integrity
Like the historical building that houses our office, our law practice is steeped in history and built on a solid foundation. Louise Adamson Moore is a Richmond native whose father and grandfather both made their marks on the Virginia legal landscape — both as attorneys, and her grandfather as a judge as well. Her own skills and dedication have enabled her to build a track record of success for her clients and earn the respect of her peers in the profession.
Ms. Moore is a daily presence in the courts of Richmond, Henrico County, Chesterfield County and other area jurisdictions. She is known for impeccable preparation, balance and poise under pressure. Not only do we welcome many referrals from other lawyers and clients we have served in the past, attorney Moore is frequently court-appointed as a guardian ad litem to represent children's interests in disputed custody cases and other family law matters.
Turn To An Accomplished Attorney You Can Talk To Openly And Trust
A call to Louise Adamson Moore, Attorney at Law, is the right call for clear, informed counsel and strong advocacy if you are:
- Considering or facing divorce, whether you believe you can complete the process through negotiation or have disputed issues that may demand mediation or litigation
- In need of focused, informed counsel on another family law matter such as a post-divorce modification, adoption or the drafting of a premarital agreement
- Charged with a criminal offense or serious traffic violation — or seeking strong representation for your child or another loved one
- Preparing to complete a major real estate transaction, draft your will or develop a more sophisticated estate plan
If you need a Richmond divorce lawyer or criminal defense lawyer, there is no substitute for personal attention and genuine two-way communication. For a free initial consultation focused on your specific concerns and viable options, call 804-554-3634 or contact us online now.