Kristina Marse Beavers

Kristina Marse Beavers

Kristina Beavers, Attorney at Law
  • Elder Law, Business Law, Criminal Law...
  • California, Virginia
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Summary

I am an admitted attorney in both California and Virginia, with my main physical legal services office located in Yorktown, Virginia.

I provide services for most of your personal, family and small business legal needs.

As a second career attorney, I have had years of experience in business and in life. This helps me better understand my clients and their situations so that we can work together to get the best result for that client.

I am also a licensed Real Estate Salesperson and I am familiar with the process of buying and selling your home.

If you need help with:

Virginia Business Law

-- Reviewing Contracts
-- Writing Contracts
-- Employment Handbooks
-- Employment Agreements
-- Starting a new business
-- Winding up a business

Virginia Family Law

-- Divorce
-- Marital Settlement Agreements
-- Pre-Marital Agreements
-- child custody
-- visitation
-- child support
-- spousal support

Virginia Estate Planning

-- Will
-- Trust
-- Power of Attorney
-- Living Will

Buying or Selling Real Estate


or any other type of legal situation, give me at call at
757-234-4650 or stop by the office in Yorktown, Virginia.

Practice Areas
  • Elder Law
  • Business Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Employment Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Juvenile Law
  • Family Law
  • Insurance Claims
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Probate
  • Real Estate Law
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Consumer Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • General Civil
  • Insurance Bad Faith
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Virginia
Professional Experience
Attorney / Owner
Kristina Beavers, Attorney at Law
- Current
A small private practice serving the legal needs of personal, family and small business clients in the area of York County, Virginia.
Contract Attorney
Molloy & Sorkin, A Professional Law Corporation
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Provide document and forms drafting as required to help support a civil litigation practice on a contract basis.
Sr. Systems Consultant
PacificLife Insurance Company
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A member of the Information Technology department in the Life Insurance Division. Worked closely with business clients to provide reliable software systems to satisfy critical business needs. Obtained MBA and JD degrees and passed the California Bar Exam while working full time. Took an early retirement in April of 2006.
Education
Western State College of Law at Argosy University
J.D | Law
University of California - Irvine
M.A | Business (MBA)
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Indiana-Purdue Univ
B.A | Economics
Professional Associations
Virginia State Bar
member
- Current
State Bar of Virginia
member
- Current
Greater Peninsula Women's Bar Association
member
- Current
California State Bar # 234023
Member
- Current
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
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Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. In Virginia what are my legal rights if my ex-wife wants to move my son to Florida without my permission
A: Custody, Visitation and Child Support can be modified at any time until the child is 18 as long as there has been a material change in circumstances since the last court order. (most jurisdictions require that at least 6 months has passed since the last order) The removal of a child to another state would probably be sufficient to find a material change in circumstances that would allow the court to hear a petition to modify or amend an existing child custody or visitation order. To file a petition to amend or modify an existing custody or visitation order, you can contact the clerk's office where the most recent custody or visitation order was entered, or you can contact an attorney in your area.
Q. If I'm a minor and i bought a device for $200, can my mom legally take it away and put it in a locked safe?
A: Generally, a minor is under the care and control of his or her parent or legal guardian. So unless there is some other legal document that curtails the parent's rights to act in your best interest, then the parent can do whatever he or she thinks is in your best interest.
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Yorktown
710 Denbigh Blvd
Suite 2E
Newport News, VA 23608
USA
Telephone: (757) 234-4650
Fax: (757) 234-4734
Hampton
4410 E Claiborne Sq
Suite 334
Hampton, VA 23666
USA