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We deliver quality legal representation to clients who need help navigating a complex and often confusing legal system.
Our attorneys and staff are committed to promoting access to justice in our local community and beyond through our detailed online guides, affordable payment plans, and client-centered approach to each and every case.
Who We Are
We’re a collection of experienced attorneys, dedicated support staff, and savvy tech professionals. We’re innovators, difference makers, and advocates for justice.
Most importantly, we’re a group of people who genuinely want to help our neighbors with their legal problems.
Our attorneys recognize that the ones who need legal services the most are often the ones who can afford it the least.
At Tingen & Williams, we’re trying to correct this problem.
How We Can Help With Your Custody Case
At Tingen & Williams, we know how important child-related issues are for you as a parent. No matter the circumstances, we’ll be your ally in these trying times.
Whether you’re petitioning for primary custody or looking for comprehensive representation during a difficult divorce, our experienced attorneys offer counseling, guidance, and full representation through all aspects of your Virginia custody matter.
If you’re interested in working with our firm please give us a call at (804) 477-1720 to speak with one of our attorneys about your case.
We hope you choose to retain our firm for your legal matter, and thank you for taking the time to #lawyerup with us!
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Whether you’re looking to petition for primary custody or just want to talk about your options, our attorneys have the skills and experience you need to resolve your case both quickly and effectively.
We take a different approach to legal services by focusing on ways we can solve the most common problems people have with law firms:
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Regardless of whether you’re going through a custody battle or something more complicated, we can help you navigate this difficult period in your life.
Please take a moment to learn more about us below, or reach out to us at (804) 477-1720 if you’d like to know more about any of our attorneys or their practice!
Jacob graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and was accepted to the Virginia Bar in 2012. Less than 30 days after being admitted to the bar, Jacob launched his own legal practice.
James focuses his practice on intellectual property law, family law, and criminal defense. No matter the situation his clients are in, James is committed to helping his clients pursue the best possible outcome in their case.
Access to Justice is Our Top Priority
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Our attorneys believe in using a combination of legal expertise and cutting-edge technology to solve problems for our clients.
Whether that’s providing you with free downloads and resources to help you understand your case or helping you fulfill your legal obligations, we believe in leveraging our experience and know-how to make sure you receive the best possible outcome in your specific legal matter.
At Tingen & Williams, you’ll receive the experience and guidance you need to ensure your business is set for future growth.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Business owners are savvy people, and often have questions about why our services are the best fit for the job.
Check out our answers to a few of these frequently asked questions below, or call us at (804) 477-1720 to schedule a free phone consultations with one of our attorneys!
The answer to this question will also largely depend on the specifics of your child custody matter.
For example, you may be able to complete an uncontested child custody petition in as little as a few weeks. Meanwhile, if the other parent chooses to contest your plan the case could take up to a year or more to finish in full.
Put simply, the more issues there are to resolve, the longer your case will likely take.
For this reason, it’s usually wise to ask your attorney for a ball-park estimate of your case’s length when you go in for your first consultation.