Julia has been practicing exclusively in area of Family Law since April 2005. Her specialties include:
- Divorce - Custody - Visitation - Child Support - Spousal Support - Property Distribution - Enforcement Issues - Premarital Agreements - Marital Agreements - Separation and Property Settlement Agreements - Step-Parent Adoption
Admitted: Virginia (2002)
Education: New York University Virginia Commonwealth University George Mason University School of Law (2002)
Julia is a member of the Family Law sections of the Fairfax County Bar, the Virginia State Bar, and the Virginia Women’s Attorney Association. Julia currently helps head up the Family Law Section of the Fairfax Bar Association and is a volunteer with the Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center. In addition to her volunteer work, Julia has lectured at numerous seminars on issues of property valuation and division, bankruptcy and divorce, custody evaluations, and health insurance issues in divorce.
Julia graduated from George Mason University School of Law in 2002. During her time at George Mason University School of Law, Julia served as the President of the American Trial Lawyers’ Association Student Chapter and was the Vice-President of the Trial Advocacy Team.
Following law school, Julia spent her first two and one-half years as a lawyer working as a plaintiff's attorney before deciding to focus full time in the area of family law.