VA Family Law Attorneys

Jenna Maresco

Associate

VA Family Law Attorney Jenna Maresco


571.328.5020

Ms. Maresco began her career as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas J. Walsh, J.S.C. in Elizabeth, New Jersey.  As a law clerk, Ms. Maresco gained valuable insight into the inner workings of the judicial system, which allows her to better assist and advise her current clients.  Following her one-year judicial clerkship, Ms. Maresco worked at a family law firm in Fairfax, Virginia before joining Curran Moher Weis.  Ms. Maresco focuses her practice solely on domestic relations matters involving divorce, custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, and other related issues.

Ms. Maresco is a native of New York and received her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from Rutgers University.  Ms. Maresco went on to obtain her Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from The Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law.  While at Penn State Law, Ms. Maresco served as the Executive Comments Editor of the Penn State Law Review.   Ms. Maresco was also a member of the Penn State Family Law Clinic and an intern with the Centre County Women’s Resource Center, representing victims of domestic violence in divorce and child custody cases in both positions. Ms. Maresco provides her clients with representation that is both dedicated and compassionate, focusing not only on her client’s immediate needs, but also long term goals.

Ms. Maresco is an active member of the Northern Virginia legal community. Recently, Ms. Maresco participated in the Wills on Wheels program through the Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center where she assisted income-eligible members of the community with the preparation of estate planning documents.  Ms. Maresco is a member of the Family Law Section of the Fairfax Bar Association and is admitted to practice in both Virginia and New Jersey.

Articles by Jenna Maresco

When is Sole Custody Justifiable in Virginia?

Potential clients often ask about the likelihood that they will be awarded sole custody of ...

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