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Cheryl Graham is an accomplished litigator and mediator. She has a particular interest in assisting her clients in settling their martial disputes through efficient and effective negotiations.
Mrs. Graham has a strong academic background. She is a graduate of George Mason University (B.A.; 1989) and the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law (Juris Doctor, 1992). She is admitted to practice law in Virginia and the District of Columbia. Mrs. Graham has practiced in Northern Virginia since 1992, focusing solely on the area of domestic relations and family law.
After being named partner at a prominent firm before the age of 35, she opened her own law firm, Graham Law Firm. Her goal was to offer a welcoming environment for clients and to cover the full spectrum of divorce law needs. Mrs. Graham serves not only as an experienced trial attorney, but also as a superior negotiator. She has an excellent reputation for her civility, professionalism, thoughtfulness, and concern for clients.
Mrs. Graham is involved in the community and other aspects of the law. She served as a Guardian Ad Litem for the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts in Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlington Counties for many years. She has volunteered through the local bar associations, serving as Treasurer and Secretary, and is currently President Elect of the Loudoun Bar Association. Mrs. Graham was appointed as a Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Circuit Representative for the Twentieth Circuit (Loudoun, Fauquier and Rappahannock), and served on multiple committees of the Fairfax Bar Association. She has a passion for education, which is demonstrated in her lectures and written articles in the area of family law.
Her professionalism and involvement in the community has earned her several recognitions, such as being listed as a Top Divorce Lawyer in Northern VA by the Washingtonian Magazine, listed as one of the Ten Leaders of Greater Washington, DC, and one of the most respected Attorneys by Virginia Living Magazine, 2012. She takes pride in her career and family.
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