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Tara Brown was born and raised in northern New Jersey.  While working full time, she put herself through college and law school.  Mrs. Brown graduated from Rutgers School of Law in New Jersey with an academic award.  While attending Rutgers Law School, Mrs. Brown served as an editor of the Women’s Rights Law Reporter.  Mrs. Brown is admitted to practice law in four states including Virginia, Colorado, New Jersey, and New York. 

Mrs. Brown’s experience negotiating contracts for over 15 years, while endeavoring to evaluate situations objectively, has led to creative, unique solutions in negotiations with opposing parties in the practice.

Mrs. Brown’s negotiation skills are an asset to clients and the firm.  Zealous

advocacy is provided balanced with level headed representation focusing on the

facts and the applicable law.  Emotions are not at the center of the strategy which

leads to better legal results.  

Mrs. Brown focus area is family law, business law, and estate planning including wills

and trusts. Her approach to these areas of law may differ from other lawyers. She

takes a very personal approach to each case. She will talk with you, ask lots of

questions and learn what concerns you the most about your legal situation. You are going to be scared and that's fine. Anyone in your situation would be. Contacting a lawyer and dealing with legal action are intimidating and unfamiliar situations for most people.

Mrs. Brown will work with you to come up with a plan to achieve your desired solution. She will ease your anxiety during this stressful time, and most importantly, she will help you adequately address your legal issues. The Law Office of Tara Brown is located in Midlothian, Virginia and is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday -- if necessary, weekend hours  will be made available to work on your case.