Gerald R. Curran has practiced as a trial lawyer in Virginia since 1991, where he has focused his practice on domestic relations litigation, including equitable distribution of property, child and spousal support issues, custody and visitation, preparation of separation and property settlement agreements, and all other aspects of family law.
Mr. Curran received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern California. A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Curran was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and then the Virginia State Bar.
Mr. Curran has personally litigated several multi-million dollar cases involving complex issues such as the valuation and distribution of business interests, stock options, real estate, retirement, financial investments and trusts.
He has settled alimony and child support cases involving all income levels, successfully addressing such issues as the unemployment or underemployment of the payor or recipient and the unique financial aspects of children with special needs.
He has handled numerous contested child custody and visitation cases and has expertise in such matters especially when they involve mental health issues, child custody evaluators, alleged abuse and parent relocation.
While settling cases through the negotiation process is his primary goal, Mr. Curran has developed his courtroom skills to an extent that ensures the firm’s clients the highest level of representation in cases requiring trial presentation.
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