Divorce Representation for Government Employees

PGD Law PLLC, is an established family law firm which provides divorce representation for government employees in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland. Our attorneys represent a wide range of civil service employees, as well as members of the State Department, Congress and the CIA.

Our attorneys have been providing skilled guidance to government employees for more than four decades on a broad range of divorce and family law issues. We recognize that each case is unique. We provide personalized attention to our clients who seek favorable resolutions tailored to their needs.

Identifying, Preserving and Properly Dividing Government Benefits

Our experience with all aspects of civilian and military family law matters enables us to address the unique needs of government employees and civil servants who are going through separation or divorce. Our understanding of the laws which regulate government employee benefits as well as our understanding of property division laws in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., make our firm indispensable during contentious equitable distribution proceedings.

We have represented clients from all government sectors. We are well-versed in the benefit plans and pension requirements for each agency. Through detailed inspection of benefits, including the rules of vesting and accumulation, we are able to calculate a fair division of these types of assets.

Addressing Complex Issues in Civil Service Divorce

Our lawyers work aggressively for our clients' rights in divorces involving civil service employees and retirees. We have a long history of addressing a number of complex issues:

Although we offer mediation and arbitration services to civil servants going through uncontested divorces, we understand that litigation may be necessary to resolve certain disputes. At PGD Law PLLC, we are prepared to pursue either option or both if it serves the client.

The attorneys of PGD Law PLLC, are also highly skilled in addressing the unique custody issues which may arise during a civil service divorce; particularly those associated with government employee travel and relocation.

Schedule an Appointment With Our Firm

If you are a government employee facing the prospect of divorce, consider talking to the attorneys at our firm. We will provide you with the personal attention you need to find a resolution which makes sense for your situation.

To schedule an appointment, call our Virginia and Washington, D.C. offices at 703-291-0492 or our Maryland office at 301-825-9629. You may also fill out this contact form. Initial telephone conferences are available to assess your case for free.