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Divorce & Family Law, Estate, Mediation, Military

I founded my Vienna firm in 1999 to make a difference for clients dealing with difficult legal issues — particularly in the way clients are treated ... (more)

I founded my Vienna firm in 1999 to make a difference for clients dealing with difficult legal issues — particularly in the way clients are treated and how their interests are represented. Since then, I have dedicated my career to helping individuals and families find individualized solutions to their legal problems. I focus on people, not profits, and I provide compassionate, skillful representation.

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"I knew from the first call that Lisa would be a good fit for my divorce case. She was down to earth, reasonable, calm, and clearly had lots of experience and perspective. Lisa put up with her share of drama during the case and was always an advocate for me. In fact, an attempted mediation in court left me short of some important details for child custody and Lisa was right on it to ensure that I got all I needed out of my settlement, including every other Christmas with my two girls. We ended up signing a mediation agreement during a judicial settlement, which I would highly recommend. Lisa was fairly responsive to my calls and emails, and when unavailable I simply attributed it to her hard work ethic and time spent in court. Thanks, Lisa, for all your time and effort in getting me through this challenging year. Blessings to you."

  4 months ago     Matthew Rondeau


"I received excellent professional counsel and exceptional service from Lisa. as she personally handled my legal proceedings. I would highly recommend her for any legal work ."

  6 months ago     Elyse Murphy


"Lisa is a very knowledgeable, courteous, and warmhearted professional and I would highly recommend her legal services to others."

  6 months ago     Valerie Sibirsky


"McDevitt Law Firm helped me with my case, made the whole process very stress-free, kept me aware of my case, answered any questions I had, very helpful."

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