She is a member of the Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association and the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives. She is on the Board of Directors for the Aids Services Group and serves on the Human Rights Committee for Region Ten. She resides with her family in Albemarle County and is active in the community. Please visit our firm's website to learn more about your specific need. We provide insight, answers to frequently asked questions, and specific fee/initial consultation options.
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FOCUS Women's Center
Client Review | April 16, 2018
1.5 Stars While the case was finally settled with a satisfactorily outcome, dealing with Ms. Barnes was terrible. Horrible communication. Constant excuses on her part for tasks poorly done and mistakes. Would never hire again. Only reason she gets m... Read more
1.5 Stars While the case was finally settled with a satisfactorily outcome, dealing with Ms. Barnes was terrible. Horrible communication. Constant excuses on her part for tasks poorly done and mistakes. Would never hire again. Only reason she gets more than 1 star is because after all the headaches, the case did settle fairly. Avoid! Read less
Between 1990 and 2004, four out of one thousand people in Virginia were divorced, filed for petitions, or filed for separation agreements. In 2004, the per capita divorce rate for America was .037 percent. statistics about divorce in the United States: ? Of couples who divorce between the ages twenty and twenty four, 36.6 percent […]
The following are grounds for divorce throughout Virginia: No-fault divorce: You are not required to prove fault in order to file a divorce. If you can show the court that you and your spouse have not lived together for a period of time, you can file for a no-fault divorce. Furthermore, if you have no […]
Admitted in 1989, Virginia
1996, District of Columbia
Class of 1988
James Madison University
Class of 1983
Born in 1961
Glens Falls, New York, November 3, 1961
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