Experienced Lynchburg Family Lawyer and Mediator
Call Marcy at 434-845-2463 if you have questions about her Family Law and Mediator services. Marcy represents clients from Lynchburg and surrounding areas including Amherst County, Bedford County, Campbell County and Appomattox County. She’s a member of the Lynchburg Bar Association; the Virginia State Bar, Family Law Section; and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
As a family lawyer, Marcy Jones represents individual clients in the areas of divorce, child custody, spousal and child support, and division of property. Most of Marcy’s practice involves the direct representation of clients using the collaborative process of divorce.
When working with clients outside of the collaborative process, Marcy approaches her cases with the intention of resolving conflict effectively and efficiently, while saving her clients as much time, money, and stress as possible.
As a mediator, Marcy works with you and your spouse together as a neutral third party to help you resolve your disputes outside of court. While working as a mediator, Marcy does not provide legal advice — she simply works with you to facilitate communication and agreement on your important issues.
Uncontested Divorce Representation
As a family lawyer, Marcy represents clients in uncontested divorce cases. Uncontested divorces can range from the most simple situations when the couple has no children or joint property, to very complex cases where the couple is able to work through a parenting plan and their property issues.
As long as the courts are not involved, these cases are considered uncontested. Marcy has more information about uncontested divorce and the costs involved at this page.
As a family law attorney, Marcy Jones represents families in some adoption proceedings. If you’re interested in adoption, please call Marcy at 434-845-2463 for more information.
As a family lawyer, Marcy offers her clients the benefit of her many years of experience plus her training in collaborative divorce law and mediation. You have choices to make at the start of your divorce process that will affect your life and the lives of your children for many years. Make those wise choices now by getting the information you need from Marcy. You’ll learn about your options and with that knowledge, you’ll be able to choose the best option for you and your family.