Joanna Foard video General Counsel PC

Attorney Joanna Foard of General Counsel PC introduces her video series

In this edition of Ask General Counsel, a bi-monthly publication of the law firm, General Counsel, P.C., we are trying something different.  Instead of writing a page or two about family law issues, we have a series of videos that answer common questions about divorce, custody, and support.  These videos were created by Joanna Foard, who leads our Family Law Practice

Each video is only about one minute.  The below links lead to each video on Youtube.  Or, if you prefer, you can access all the videos at the bottom of our Family Law Practice page

If you have family law questions or need help, contact Joanna at jfoard@gcpc.com.  Clients love her as you can see from her Client Reviews on Avvo.

  1. Joanna Foard Introduction
  2. Grounds for Divorce
  3. Mediation
  4. Child Support
  5. Spousal Support – Part 1
  6. Spousal Support – Part 2
  7. Equitable Property Distribution
  8. Webinar – “Ask Joanna” 20 Family Law Questions (this is 56-minute webinar)
  9. Webinar – How to Protect Your Business in a Divorce (this is 1 hour webinar and features corporate attorney, Evan St. John)

Finally, for everyone who likes paper and reading, you can review the Guide to Divorce created by Joanna.

Located in McLean, General Counsel, P.C. represents business, non-profit organizations and individuals throughout the Washington metro area (and beyond).  We have six (6) primary practice areas: (1) Business Law; (2) Employment Law; (3) Family Law; (4) Government Contracting; (5) Litigation; and (6) Estate Planning. 

If we can be of assistance, you can email intake@gcpc.com or contact the firm’s managing partner, Merritt Green, at mgreen@gcpc.com.

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