Hi, I'm Matthew.
I approach the practice of law with a focus on helping my clients understand an often complicated legal system. Working collaboratively allows me to anticipate my clients' needs, while also aiding my clients by providing them an informed view of all the potential dangers and rewards of each unique case. My primary practice areas are Divorce, Child Custody, Trusts & Wills and Bankruptcy. However, I also provide legal support for small businesses looking to incorporate, resolve disputes with employees or review potential contracts and business transactions.
- Traffic Tickets
- Criminal Law
- Estate Planning
- DUI & DWI
- Landlord Tenant
- Employment Law
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
The fees I set are based upon factors set out by Virginia law, and include considerations such as the complexity of the case and the type of work that will have to be performed on the case.
- 4th Circuit
- Matthew L. Kreitzer, Attorney at Law
- - Current
- Lawson & Silek
- Associate Attorney
- Booth & McCarthy
- The Andrews Law Firm
- Legal Assistant
- Crouch & Crouch PLC
- William & Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law
- J.D. (2013) | Family Law
- 10 Best
- American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
- Virginia State Bar  # 87722
- To Have and to Hold After Obergefell
- Virginia bar Association
- Guardian ad Litem Seminar , Winchester, VA
- Virginia State Bar
- Hosted an online development seminar regarding guardian ad litem duties.
- Guardian ad Litem
- Supreme Court of Virginia
- Biographical Website
- Blog - Lawyer in Winchester, VA
- Virginia Business Law: Contracts and COVID
13 April 2020
- COVID-19 and Custody Issues in Virginia
30 March 2020
- Virginia Divorce Law: The Value of a Financial Expert
29 March 2020
- Q. My baby is nine months old his father sells drugs and prior convictions pwid and court ordered anger management domest
- A: Insufficient information to determine what the likely outcome will be. What you need to do is schedule a consultation with a local child custody lawyer to discuss every fact available. Custody decisions are made on single facts alone. The lawyer will have several questions for you to determine your likelihood of success and what type of visitation, if any, would be given.
- Q. If I turn off MY credit card that my husband uses, before being legally separated, is that financial abuse.
- A: Financial abuse, no. Marital waste? Yes. Will it harm your divorce? Yes. Consult a lawyer before taking any action.
- Q. Will i be able to get full custody?
- A: There are several questions that a lawyer would have before being able to answer your question including, but not limited to, who the donor for the child was, whether there was any contract entered into between the parties, and whether there was a court involved with her grandmother. There is not enough information to answer your question. Seek out an attorney consultation. The attorney will need to ask you several questions to determine how to protect your interests.