Domestic Relations, Violence, & Family Law


It is normal for parties of domestic relations and family law cases to go through high levels of stress, emotion, and anxiety. They are arguably the most contentious types of cases especially when children are involved. The best thing you can do for yourself is to have an attorney represent you since she is not emotionally involved in the case. At times throughout a case there are judgment calls to make and it is helpful to have an attorney who can objectively look at your situation and advise you; they are not influenced by animosity for the other party and other difficult emotions.

Ms. Davis is an experienced domestic relations & family law attorney who zealously represent clients with the highest level of care and attention. She understands that every situation calls for a customized approach. Therefore, whether you need help with creative solutions during mediation and settlement conferences or need an attorney to litigate complex cases, she will provide you with the highest level of professional service.

Ms. Davis is an excellent litigator of domestic violence cases and getting family court orders enforced .  She also writes parenting plans, custody and visitation agreements, prenuptial agreements, and postnuptial agreements.


Domestic Violence

The firm represents victims of domestic violence. A case can be pursued if you feel that you are in imminent danger due to the threats, physical violence, or sexual abuse from a romantic partner, former romantic partner, someone you have a child in common with, or a relative. The victim of the abuse may be an adult or a child. The firm also represents those who have been wrongfully accused of domestic violence.

In domestic violence cases, often a child also needs protection from abuse. Ms. Davis can help ensure your child is also protected.

Enforcement of Divorce Decrees and Other Family Court Orders

We understand how frustrating it can be to get a court order from the judge only to have it violated. Sometimes this involves a spouse who will not sign a QDRO, follow through with the visitation arrangement, or will not sell a house according to the divorce decree and incorporated separation agreement. A court order compels mandatory behavior. If you need help in enforcing a family court order, the firm is here to help!

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is prepared prior to getting married. It is appropriate to have it drafted when you want to put an agreement in place and do not want the court to decide what happens to your property, assets, and debts should the unfortunate circumstance of a divorce occur. Although no one foresees to get divorced when they get engaged, it is similar to having insurance; the risk of needing it is always there though the risk may currently be slim. A postnuptial agreement is prepared after you get married. It is an agreement that will decide what happens to your property, assets, and debts. Some people have one drafted when they did not have time to have a prenuptial agreement prepared. Prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements cannot, by law, make provisions for children.

If you need representation for one of the above types of domestic relations and family law matters, call 202.870.3021 or email

About Child Custody Cases

We take child custody cases on a case-by-case basis. If you are unable to afford legal representation for a child custody case, please consider our Custody Comfort Legal Kit that will be sold at a small fraction of the cost to hire an attorney. It will become available as soon as it is finished going through processing. For more information, click on the link below:

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