The end of a marriage can be very stressful, or bring much-needed closure and mark a new beginning. But it can also place your personal, parental, and financial interests in jeopardy. To ensure that your interests are adequately protected contact Bucci & Dix, LLC at (804) 897-3950 , or toll free at (877) 276-3870, to speak with a skilled Virginia divorce lawyer.
Bucci & Dix handles the following issues:
We are located in Richmond, Virginia in Chesterfield County and have the skills required to take on the most complex Virginia divorce cases. Our law firm has represented clients in state and federal courts throughout Virginia and the District of Columbia. Our attorneys have developed advanced trial skills through regularly representing individuals and major corporations. Armed with that experience, we know how to prepare a successful case and anticipate the arguments that will be made by opposing counsel.
We have compassion for our clients because we understand the difficulties they face when seeking a divorce from their former spouse. It is our mission to provide the highest level of service to our clients. Our trial lawyers are well respected within the legal community and have tried numerous cases in these courts.
Unlike other firms, Bucci & Dix does not rely solely on paralegals or other staff to prepare the materials necessary to proceed with your divorce. Instead, our trial lawyers personally investigate and prepare for each case.
Do not wait to seek legal counsel if you decide your marriage has reached its end, or if your spouse initiates divorce proceedings against you. Contact our law firm at (804) 897-3950 , or toll free (877) 276-3870, to schedule a consultation session.
We represent Virginia divorce clients in Richmond, Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Goochland, Powhatan, Caroline, Dinwiddie, Amelia, and Nottoway.
Call us . . . before your spouse does.TM
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Contact us today for a consultation about your legal needs.
Bucci & Dix
11449 Robious Road
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Phone: (804) 888-9500
Fax: (804) 888-9507