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Abrons, Chiusano & Sceviour, PLLC

Abrons, Chiusano & Sceviour, PLLC provides dynamic and effective legal services to the Hampton Roads region, including Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, the Eastern Shore and surrounding areas. We serve all members of the community, including our men and women in military service, first responders, health care providers, small business entrepreneurs, area teachers, homemakers, university staff, lawyers, doctors, business owners and other professionals. With over 100 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys will help you achieve the best results possible. Our lawyers have earned a reputation for outstanding legal service, and are focused on providing compassionate and zealous representation of your interests.

Our attorneys recognize that clients often seek our advice at one of the most difficult times in their lives. We are committed to being the best advocates, counselors and guides for our clients, and to help them navigate the complicated and often highly emotional waters of the legal process. We strive to resolve issues at the most cost-effective level through agreements, mediation and settlement. However, sometimes litigation becomes necessary, and the firm has extensive trial experience ranging from complex divorce and equitable distribution issues, child custody cases, child and spousal support issues, drafting pre and post-nuptial agreements, post divorce matters, military matters and general litigation.

Our attorneys embrace a culture of collaboration, sharing ideas and strategies so that our firm can best serve our clients’ needs. At ACS Law, we are committed to providing high quality legal service and offering our clients the same advice that we would give family members or friends.

As you face legal challenges in your family, career, business and life, the attorneys and staff of ACS Law will navigate you through the difficult process and be your go to legal resource so that peace will once again be restored.

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