9990 Fairfax Boulevard, Suite 410 Fairfax, Virginia 22030
The Havrilak Law Firm, P.C. 9990 Fairfax Boulevard, Suite 410 Fairfax, Virginia 22030 (703) 591-1515
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The Havrilak Law Firm, P.C. handles a variety of cases with emphasis on family and children's issues. The firm strives to provide its clients with the balance of quality representation and dignified professionalism essential for resolving intricate matters. Whether through tactful negotiation or skillful, experienced litigation, the firm's goal is to obtain stability, closure, and a satisfying outcome for the client while addressing the issues of critical concern to his or her family.
Sandra L. Havrilak, Attorney at Law Principal
Family Law; Divorce; Domestic Relations; Equitable Distribution; Spousal Support; Child Support; Child Custody; Premarital Agreements; Post Divorce Modification; Education Law; Juvenile Law; Abuse and Neglect; Criminal Law; Litigation; Appellate Practice.
1986, Virginia, U.S. District Court, District of Virginia, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit and U.S. Bankruptcy Court; 1987, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; 1989, District of Columbia.
Author: "The Role of the Guardian ad litem: A Lawyer's Perspective," Virginia Lawyer, Volume 43, Number 1, July 1994; "The Comprehensive Services Act of Virginia for At-Risk Youth and Families: What Is It?" Lex Claudia, Volume XV, Spring 1997. Faculty, GMU School of Law, Adjunct Professor, Family Law, 2000; Professionalism Course, Virginia State Bar. Lecturer: Virginia Retirement System, Annual Family Law Seminar, Arlington County Bar Association, January 1997; Children Seminar, American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. April 18, 1997; Administrative Law and Local Government Section on the Comprehensive Services Act for At-Risk Youth and Children, Annual Meeting, Virginia State Bar, June 1996; Practice and Procedures in J&DR Court, Law and the Media Seminar, April 1996; The Violent Juvenile Offender, Institute of Law and Psychiatry, May 1995; A review of Juvenile Law - Advocacy for changing times, September 1995; The Clinician's Role in Transfer Hearings, 28th Semi-Annual Forensic Symposium, May 12, 1995; Ethics in Juvenile Law, Virginia CLE Program, 1995; Children's Rights, Symposium on Women & Children in Virginia, VWAA, December, 1994; The Comprehensive Services Act, Fairfax Bar Association CLE, 1993; The Role of the Guardian ad Litem; Fairfax Bar Association CLE, 1993; Allegations of Child Sex Abuse, What Every Criminal Defense Attorney Should Know About Child Protective Services, Custody & Abuse Proceedings, Fairfax Association CLE, 1994.
King's College (B.A., magna cum laude, 1982);
George Mason University School of Law (J.D., 1986).
Family Law; Domestic Relations; Equitable Distribution; Divorce; Child Custody; Child Support; Spousal Support; Premarital Agreements; Post Divorce Modification; Separation Agreements; Juvenile Law; Abuse and Neglect.
Mary Washington College;
The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
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