Child Custody Law in Harrisonburg, VA
Mediate through a Lawyer Experienced in Child Custody Law
Get the closure you seek while maintaining a sense of stability by seeking my representation for matters of child custody law in Harrisonburg, VA. When a divorce or separation seems inevitable, rely on Kerry Armentrout for the legal assistance you require for settling a variety of issues related to your children. Drawing upon my years of experience, I work diligently to help protect your rights while ensuring that the interests of the children involved are represented. Contact me today for help with the following:
- Child Custody
- Child Support Payments
Advocating for You During Child Custody Hearings
While it is usually in the best interest of the child for the parents to have a joint-custody agreement in which both parents are responsible for raising the child, I understand that certain factors may prevent maintaining such an agreement. Turn to me when your table mediation fails to get you the advocacy in court that you need. Let me stand before the judge in order to ensure that the safety of your children is protected. Call today to schedule an appointment to learn what I can do for your kids.
Call me today for aid from an attorney who helps ease the transition when settling child custody matters. I am proud to represent Harrisonburg, VA, and the surrounding area.
Mr. Armentrout got me a ruling of not guilty. We had to appeal my case and towards the end of my second trial the judge indicated she was thinking of ruling against me. Instead of giving up Mr. Armentrout gave an impressive final argument which the judge ended up quoting when declaring me not guilty.
Request an Appointment
Message Sent. Thank you for contacting us. We will be in touch with you shortly.
|Mon - Fri:||8:30am - 5:00pm|
- J.D. University Of Richmond, The T.C. Williams School Of Law, 1989
- B.S. Political Science, James Madison University, 1986
- State Bar Association Of Virginia, 1990
- U.S. District Court Western District Of Virginia, 1990
- U.S. Court Of Appeals 4th Circuit, 1990