Mr. Orsino has litigated and settled numerous cases involving the equitable distribution of marital assets. He has also represented both recipients and payers of child support and spousal support (alimony), and in that context has significant experience addressing the imputation of income to a party who is unemployed or underemployed. He has represented both mothers and fathers in contested custody and visitation cases involving a wide range of issues including substance abuse and mental health, parental alienation and the relocation of a parent.
While Mr. Orsino enjoys success in the courtroom, he strives to help his clients achieve their goals in a manner which, as much as possible, preserves the dignity and resources of the family; and to that end, endeavors to resolve most of his cases through negotiated agreements.
George Mason University, B.A. 1988
Howard University School of Law, J.D. 1992
Since 2014 received a Distinguished ("AV") from Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating
Named by the Washington Post Magazine as one of the top domestic relations attorneys in the Washington, D.C. area in 2013 and 2014
Named a Top Lawyer in the field of Domestic Relations by Northern Virginia magazine
Since 2012 named a Super Lawyer in Virginia and Washington D.C.
Since 2012 named a Top Lawyer in the field of Domestic Relations by Northern Virginia magazine
Pennsylvania 1992 (Inactive)
Virginia State Bar (Family Law Section)
Virginia Bar Association (Family Law Section)
Fairfax Bar Association (Family Law Section)
International Association of Collaborative Professionals
Virginia Association of Collaborative Professionals
Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia
Bar-related activities include serving as a Motions Conciliator in the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and Circuit Court.
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