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The Attorneys of SRIS, P.C., Represent Clients in State and Federal Courts
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The SRIS, P.C. Maryland & Virginia attorneys provide legal services to clients in a broad range of practice areas. However, each of our attorneys focuses primarily in one area of the law. This enables the Maryland & Virginia attorneys of SRIS, P.C., to ensure that no matter what their legal needs, our clients are always represented by an extremely knowledgeable attorney in Virginia or Maryland.
We have client meeting locations in Virginia & Maryland to better serve you.
- Our Virginia client meeting locations are located in Fairfax, Lynchburg, Manassas, Richmond & Virginia Beach.
- Our Maryland client meeting locations are located in Rockville & Annapolis.
Our attorneys and staff in Virginia & Maryland, speak a variety of languages, including: English, Tamil, Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Telugu. Contact SRIS, P.C., today to set up an appointment regarding any of the following practice areas:
Divorce law and family law:
Our divorce law attorneys in Virginia & Maryland have extensive experience representing clients in divorce cases, focusing on the issues listed below and all other divorce issues.
- Child custody
- Contested divorce
- Child support and spousal maintenance (Alimony)
- Custody and visitation
- Grandparent and third-party visitation
- Legal separation
Criminal defense law:
Our criminal defense lawyers and sex crime lawyers in Virginia & Maryland have solid experience defending the rights of clients suspected of criminal law activity as well as those arrested and formally charged with crimes. We also have experience handling arraignments, preliminary hearings, suppression motions, jury trials and post-trial proceedings in Virginia and the Maryland.
- Assault and battery law
- Criminal disorderly conduct
- Criminal drug
- Criminal gambling
- Criminal trespass
- Criminal larceny
Traffic violation defense law:
The traffic law lawyers at the SRIS, P.C. client meeting locations in Virginia & Maryland, help clients with a variety of cases, including but not limited to the charges listed below. For more information, see our page on traffic laws:
- DUI Laws & Penalties
- Reckless Driving laws and penalties
- Driving on suspended license, revoked license or no operator’s license laws and penalties
- Aggressive driving, improper driving, speeding and traffic laws and penalties
- Traffic tickets
Sex offense law:
Covers the areas of rape, aggravated sexual battery, child molestation, internet child pornography, sexual battery, indecent liberties, inanimate and animate sexual object penetration among others. Please click here to see the law on some of the different types of sex offenses.
Business immigration law:
SRIS, P.C., lawyers in Virginia & Maryland provide immigration law representation for both employers and future or current employees. Our clientele ranges from large corporations to family-owned businesses and their employees
Individual immigration law:
SRIS, P.C., immigration law lawyers provide legal assistance to those seeking immigration through a family relationship, including those who marry or wish to marry a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. We can prepare and file documents as well as provide representation in deportation and removal proceedings.
Civil litigation law:
At SRIS, P.C., our experienced civil litigation attorneys represent individuals and companies. We are accomplished trial lawyers, and we conduct litigation as efficiently as possible so that our clients do not have to spend any more resources on a lawsuit than is absolutely necessary.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy law:
The main goal under any filing in bankruptcy is to give one who is burdened with debt a fresh start. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the most common form of bankruptcy filing, accounting for over 65% of all consumer bankruptcy filings.
A filing under Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often called liquidation or a straight bankruptcy. Liquidation converts one’s assets to money. This process involves the appointment of a trustee, who collects all non-exempt property, sells the assets and then distributes the proceeds from the sale to the appropriate creditors. However, unlike Chapter 13 Bankruptcy filings, a debtor does not make payments to the trustee.
Chapter 11 bankruptcy law:
Although not exclusively limited to businesses, Chapter 11 bankruptcy is generally most suitable for businesses that are attempting to restructure financial obligations. Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, where the goal is to sell all of the assets and eliminate outstanding debt obligations, Chapter 11 bankruptcy is appropriate when the business wants to reorganize its debts in a manner that will allow it to continue operating.
After filing a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the debtor usually continues to operate the business. Although much of the business property may be subject to liens, creditors cannot repossess the property. Additionally, business owners can continue to sell property that remains unencumbered. For more information about Chapter 11 bankruptcy, speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney today.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy law:
A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy allows the debtor to keep all of their property. However, an interest-free plan for repayment must be developed and approved by the court. The debtor begins to make payments within thirty to forty-five days after the case has begun. Unlike Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the payments are made to the trustee who will then pay the appropriate creditors. Chapter 13 bankruptcy prevents creditors from collecting from the debtor. The creditors are required by law to strictly follow the terms of the repayment plan.
Expungement of a record means that a criminal record is wiped from the slate. As a result, expungement makes the crime as if it never occurred. By successfully getting an expungement, each law enforcement agency will destroy their records of the crime. Although some people confuse the two, expungement differs from getting a record sealed. By getting a record sealed, the file will remain intact but can only be released to other law enforcement agencies, so employers and other people cannot get access to the record but is not completely erased like with an expungement.
For more information about our services, or to make an appointment with a SRIS, P.C. lawyer, please give us a call or contact our lawyers online today.
Our attorneys and staff in Virginia & Maryland speak the following languages in addition to English: Spanish, French, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Cantonese, Mandarin & Malaysian.
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