John Irving
Founding Attorney

John Irving brings a working knowledge of all aspects of the legal process to any case or client with his extensive and eclectic legal background. John has earned a reputation as a tenacious litigator, a meaningful negotiator, and has been recognized and honored for his legal abilities by organizations such as the Prince William County Circuit Court, Juvenile Court, Community Services Board, and Court Appointed Special Advocates.


Elizabeth Reiter

Elizabeth J. Reiter concentrates her practice in family law, including areas such as civil litigation, child support, and divorce.

Fernando Villaroel

 Fernando has represented clients in serious sexual offense case, theft crimes, violent crimes, drug crimes, as well as all forms of misdemeanors and traffic matters.


Matt Morrison

Morrison has handled a large range and volume of criminal and civil cases from simple traffic matters in Juvenile and General District Courts to divorce and serious felonies in Circuit Courts.


Shawn Stout

Shawn Stout has dedicated his career to the defense of individuals against the government. Shawn has helped people through hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases of most every type in the courts of Northern Virginia.


Sarah Welch

Ms. Welch has successfully earned a reputation throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and in the United States District Court as an outstanding advocate for her clients.

Angela Morehouse

Angela Morehouse practices estate administration litigation, guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, and other elder law issues for which she regularly appears before local Circuit Courts and Commissioners of Accounts.


Nicholas Williams

Mr. Williams maintained a successful financial planning practice. Providing investment and insurance solutions to small business owners, working families and retirees.

Skillful, Passionate, Experienced

At The Irving Law Firm in Northern Virginia, attorneys don’t just come and go like they do at some law firms. We devote a lot of time and energy to finding the brightest, most passionate attorneys Virginia has to offer—and then to helping them develop into some of the finest, most prolific lawyers in the country.

Because of our rigorous and thorough recruitment and development process, as well as our commitment to staying close-knit, our team enjoys a genuine sense of connection and synergy in the office—and in the courtroom.

When you need an attorney, Virginia certainly offers plenty to choose from. But it would be surprising to find another team as skillful, passionate, experienced, and caring as the one you’ll find below.

Do you need a lawyer in Virginia near Manassas, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Reston, or nearby areas? Would you like to discuss your case with somebody who is knowledgeable, skilled and committed to getting you the best possible outcome?

If you answered “Yes” to both of those questions, we should talk. Give us a call right now at 703 468-1885 or email us to get started.

Would you like more information before having a personal discussion? That’s totally understandable. Choose the link below that most closely relates to your case.

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Family Law Attorney – for divorce, child custody, domestic violence, child abuse, premarital agreements, juvenile delinquency, juvenile dependency, or other family law issues click here.

Wills & Estates (Probate) Attorney – for living wills, revocable/irrevocable trusts, charitable/tax-free gift giving, guardianship for incapacitated adults, alzheimers, nursing homes, caring for the elderly, and other probate issues click here.

Personal Injury Lawyer – for motorcycle, truck or car accidents, medical malpractice, head or brain injury, slip and fall, wrongful death, back and spinal cord injury, dog attacks, negligence and other injury cases click here.

Criminal Lawyer – DUI/DWI, speeding, drugs, murder, manslaughter, sex crimes, domestic violence, computer crimes, robbery, assault, arson and other criminal issues click here.
Not quite sure what you need? Give us a call and we’ll help you figure it out.