Jonathan P. McHugh

Jonathan P. McHugh

Livesay & Myers, P.C.
  • Divorce, Family Law
  • Virginia
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Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Jon has become a legal heavyweight in the Loudoun County area, through his relentless pursuit of equitable results for his clients, whether they be found in the courtroom or at the settlement table.
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Summary

Jonathan McHugh is a senior associate attorney in the Leesburg office of Livesay & Myers, P.C. He represents clients in separation, divorce, custody, visitation and support cases throughout Loudoun County and Northern Virginia.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Virginia
4th Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Senior Associate Attorney
Livesay & Myers, P.C.
- Current
Associate Attorney
Livesay & Myers, P.C.
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Associate Attorney
Fite, O’Brien & Anderson, LTD.
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Education
Wake Forest University
B.A. (2011) | Political Science
Honors: Graduated cum laude.
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
J.D. (2011) | Law
Activities: Legal intern with the United States Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C.; certified student attorney with the Families and the Law Clinic.
Awards
Washington D.C. Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Virginia Rising Star
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Washington D.C. Rising Star
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Virginia Rising Star
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Washington D.C. Rising Star
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Virginia Rising Star
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Top Contributor Award
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Professional Associations
Loudoun County Bar Association
Member
Current
Virginia State Bar (Family Law Section)
Member
Current
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Member
Current
Fairfax Bar Association
Member
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Prince William County Bar Association
Member
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Federal Retirement Division in Virginia Divorce
The Livesay & Myers Blog
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. If a married man(separated since 10/13)stays at a females house(other than wife)is he considered as committing adultery?
A: There is no clear answer based on just that scenario. In order to prove adultery, one must show that a person has had sexual intercourse with another person who is not his or her spouse. The burden is very high, as the evidence must be clear and convincing. Each case is very fact specific, as it is possible to prove adultery through circumstantial evidence. Just the fact that this married man stayed at a female's house, with no other evidence provided, would probably fall short of the high burden one must meet. However, if there were more information, such as a pattern of this behavior, that would make a case potentially stronger.
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Contact & Map
Livesay & Myers, P.C.
113 E Market St #110
Leesburg, VA 20175
USA
Telephone: (571) 291-3190
Fax: (571) 442-8987