Prince William County – Service Area

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Prince William County, Virginia, is Virginia’s second-most populous county, with over 480,000 residents. Part of the Washington DC metro area, Prince William County is located on the Potomac River. Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC, a full-service law firm, has represented Prince William County residents for over four decades. Our attorneys have assisted individuals, families, and businesses in resolving their most pressing legal issues, from family law matters to civil litigation.

A Recognized Law Firm With Experienced Attorneys Serving Prince William County

Recognized as one of the best law firms in America by US News & World Report, Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC offers reliable, caring service and experienced legal advice. Our attorneys have a wide range of experience in multiple legal matters, ranging from personal injury lawsuits to criminal defense. Whatever challenge you, your family, or your business is facing, we can help you explore your legal options to make the best decision for your future. Contact Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC to schedule your case evaluation.

Prince William County Business Litigation

Prince William County residents have one of the highest median incomes in the country. Many residents of Prince William County are entrepreneurs, own their family businesses, or are employees at large corporations. Working with an adept business litigation attorney is essential at all stages of running a business. Our attorneys can help you choose the appropriate business structure for your business, implement the best human resources policies available, and limit your liability.

The best way to limit liability is to work with an attorney to develop best business practices before litigation occurs. If your business is involved in a lawsuit from an employee or customer, one of our business litigation attorneys can represent you. Our attorneys are trial-ready and negotiate aggressively to resolve the matter as efficiently as possible. If litigation becomes necessary, we are prepared to represent your business’s interest in court.

Family Law

The family law attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC have experience helping Prince William County families handle divorce, child custody, spousal support, and other family law matters successfully. We understand that dealing with divorce and child custody matters can be some of the most stressful and tumultuous events in a person’s life. We provide legal advice and guidance to families in transition while remaining empathetic and caring.

When you work with us, you can rest assured that we will help you understand the divorce process. We will also help you understand your options and answer any questions you have while ensuring that your rights are protected. Our family law attorneys also have experience helping families in the adoption process as well. We serve traditional and non-traditional families throughout Northern Virginia.

Criminal Defense

If you have been arrested for a crime in Prince William County, it’s important that you reach out to an experienced criminal defense attorney. If you are convicted, you will face long-lasting and devastating consequences. You may face jail time, penalties, the loss of your driver’s license, and the stigma surrounding a criminal conviction. Criminal convictions can impact your personal relationships, career, and housing situation. The criminal defense attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC have experience representing clients in many different types of criminal charges.

From DUI charges to white-collar criminal charges, such as insider trading and fraud, we can protect your rights. We will also negotiate aggressively with the prosecution in an effort to convince them to drop or lower the criminal charges against you. Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC has the resources necessary to investigate your case to develop the best legal strategy possible. When your freedom is in jeopardy, working with an experienced criminal defense attorney is crucial.

Personal Injury

Personal injury accidents can cause catastrophic injuries, from bone fractures to traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Prince William County residents become injured in personal injury accidents every day that could have been prevented. Slip-and-fall accidents, car accidents, pedestrian accidents, and other types of preventable accidents can cause injuries that require extensive medical treatment. Victims who’ve been severely injured may not be able to return to work and may require around-the-clock care.

If you or your loved one in Prince William County has been injured in an accident that was caused by another person or company’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. The personal injury attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for personal injury victims throughout Virginia and can apply the knowledge to your specific case. After we carefully investigate your case, we will determine which party or parties are liable for your injuries.

Our attorneys are skilled negotiators who will negotiate extensively with the insurance company for the best outcome possible for our Prince William County residents. If the insurance company or defendant isn’t willing to offer a fair settlement, our trial-ready attorneys are prepared to take your case to court.

Tax Law

Individual taxpayers and businesses can face significant penalties for violating state and federal tax laws. Filing to pay taxes has never been more complicated and difficult. Even individuals and businesses trying to pay their taxes honestly can make a mistake and unintentionally violate one of the numerous tax laws. The tax attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC have an in-depth understanding of federal, state and local tax laws.

We’ve helped many Prince William County individuals and businesses in various tax-related matters. We’ve successfully represented clients in audits, administrative appeals, litigation, and those facing civil and criminal tax fraud charges. For example, suppose you’ve become involved in a tax controversy with local or state tax authorities or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In that case, you will benefit from working with one of the experienced tax attorneys at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC.

Are lawyers worth it?

In many cases, hiring a lawyer is worth the expense. Some reasons why lawyers provide value include:

  • Expertise – Lawyers have specialized knowledge and experience in their area of law that the average person lacks. This can lead to better outcomes.
  • Efficiency – Lawyers know the procedures and best practices to resolve issues quickly. A lawyer can save time compared to handling it alone.
  • Objectivity – Emotions often run high in legal disputes. A lawyer provides objective counsel not clouded by personal feelings.
  • Resources – Lawyers have access to legal research, databases, networks of experts and other resources a non-lawyer does not.
  • Advocacy – Lawyers are trained negotiators and advocates. They know how to craft persuasive arguments and negotiate effectively.
  • Peace of Mind – Hiring a lawyer provides assurance that your rights are protected and your case is in capable hands.

While lawyers do charge fees, in many cases this investment pays off through better results, time savings, and reduced stress. The value comes from their expertise and advocacy.

How do I find a lawyer in Virginia?

Here are some tips for finding a lawyer in Virginia:

  • Get referrals from friends, family, or colleagues who had good experiences with a lawyer.
  • Check sites like and Martindale-Hubbell which rate lawyers based on experience and peer reviews.
  • Search lawyer directories like the ones provided by the Virginia State Bar Association or National Association of Consumer Advocates.
  • For certain practice areas, look for certification and specializations which indicate advanced expertise.
  • Make sure the lawyer is licensed and in good standing with the Virginia State Bar.
  • Do a general internet search for lawyers in your location and practice area. Review their websites.
  • Schedule consultations with a few lawyers to get a sense of their communication style and whether you feel comfortable with them.
  • Ask about fees and whether they provide free initial consultations.

Taking the time to do thorough research and find the right legal specialist for your needs is key to getting good value.

Discuss Your Case With an Experienced Prince William County Attorney

The legal team at Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC brings together our diverse skillset and decades of experience to help our clients achieve their objectives. Our skilled negotiators and seasoned trial attorneys are highly regarded as dedicated advocates and trusted advisors. We always put the best interests of our clients first. We represent clients in Prince William County and throughout Northern Virginia. Contact us today to learn more about how we can provide you with sophisticated legal advice.