Huntington, Huntington & Huntington, PLLC, is a firm whose lawyers practice in the fields of Marital and Family Law, Criminal Law, Mediation and Arbitration.
John S. Huntington's practice is limited to family law matters, including child custody and parenting time determinations, child and spousal support, adoptions, the distributions of pensions, and all issues associated with the dissolution of marriage. John is a certified Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and maintains an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards. He has served on the Board of Governors of the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar and chaired the Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee of the Section.
Naomi R. Huntington's practice emphasizes criminal law matters. Naomi served as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney before focusing her practice upon criminal defense. She represents clients throughout Southwest Virginia. She currently serves as the Radford Vice President of the Montgomery-Radford Bar Association
Oneida N. Huntington focuses her practice upon various family law matters. She is a mediator, and a certified Guardian ad litem.
The firm of Huntington, Huntington & Huntington, PLLC, serves clients in Southwest Virginia, specifically including Montgomery, Floyd, Giles, Pulaski, Roanoke, Wythe, Carroll, and Patrick Counties, and the cities of Radford, Roanoke, and Salem.
Consultations for criminal law matters are scheduled with Naomi R. Huntington. There is no charge for initial consultations in criminal law matters.
Initial appointments for adoptions, mediations, and arbitrations are scheduled with Oneida N. Huntington. There is no charge for initial appointments in these matters.
Initial consultations for all other family law matters, including divorce, custody, and support are scheduled with John S. Huntington. Fees for the consultation and for services are discussed on the Fee page of this website.
Client scheduling initial consultations in family law matters with John may anticipate having sufficient time to make clear their goals concerning their particular family law matters. Clients may anticipate having extensive discussion about the practicability of their goals and the alternative approaches available to attempt to achieve them.
Whenever practicable, family law issues will be approached in a manner designed to reduce conflict to the fullest extent possible. The best interests of children will be considered and attempts will be made to help parents avoid acrimony as issues associated with children are resolved.
Clients will learn about alternate dispute resolution techniques, specifically including mediation, arbitration, Collaborative practice, and Cooperative practice. Having practiced law for more than 35 years, John has successfully resolved family law cases using each of the above alternate dispute mechanisms.
As family law litigators, John and Oneida will utilize "constructive advocacy" and bring forward a problem-solving approach to resolving difficult issues. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers' Bounds of Advocacy will govern your legal team's approach to family law litigation. They will strive to maintain cordiality with opposing counsel as they strongly advocate for their clients' goals.
John recently concluded eight years of service on the Virginia State Bar 10th District Subcommittee and scrupulously focuses upon maintaining the highest ethical standards. Attention to ethical standards will be of the utmost importance to each of the lawyers in the firm.
Naomi strives to provide compassionate, vigorous advocacy for all of her clients, regardless of financial background or criminal history.
Huntington, Huntington & Huntington, PLLC, looks forward to having you as a client and assisting you with your particular needs. As a client of Huntington, Huntington & Huntington, PLLC, you may count on your attorneys using their best efforts to achieve favorable results. Every effort will be made to handle your case promptly, efficiently, and professionally. You may count on having an understanding of the status of your case at all times and having had input into the plan or strategy employed to achieve your goals. You will be provided with copies of all pleadings and correspondence. Your privacy will be respected.
If you have questions regarding family law matters, please contact Huntington, Huntington & Huntington, PLLC, at (540) 382-6633, or fill out our contact form.