At Curran Moher Weis, we believe a family law practice should
promptly address client needs and concerns.
We believe clients should be kept up-to-date about their cases, and should
be given proper guidance and all the information necessary for them to make
informed decisions about their case. We
believe in representing each client to the very best of our ability, and in
giving each case the individual attention it deserves. We believe in conducting ourselves with
professionalism and civility at all times, both to the Court and to our
clients, as well as to their spouses and opposing attorneys. While we are skilled and experienced
litigators, often the best result can be achieved through negotiation.
Our Virginia family law attorneys have a tremendous wealth of experience, both
in litigation and negotiation, and have received many of the highest
distinctions in the legal field. Our founding partners are each listed in the Best Lawyers in America, Northern Virginia’s Ten Leaders, and have AV Preeminent® ratings from Martindale- Hubbell®, the national lawyer rating agency. Mr. Curran has previously been included in Washingtonian magazine as one of Washington’s Best Lawyers. Mr. Moher was the youngest family law attorney in the Northern Virginia area among the Best Lawyers in America at the time of his induction in 2013. Mr. Weis is a Virginia SuperLawyer and the author of the popular blog familylawva.com.
We have particular skill and experience in the following
- Extensive experience in
the field of military divorce, including the division of military
pensions, survivor benefits, and dealing with other associated issues.
- Issues of marital fault,
including adultery and cruelty, and how those fit into the overall
framework of a divorce.
- The division of stock
options, closely-held businesses, trusts, and other complex items of
- Positioning our clients to
achieve a quality result if a case can be resolved outside of court,
through negotiation, mediation, or the collaborative process.
We never take your business or your case for granted.