About Jason A. Weis, Esquire

As a native of Northern Virginia, I have here focused my practice on providing sound and balanced representation to clients navigating the difficult legal waters of family law, including highly contested, complex divorce, custody, support, and property division.  Challenging, high conflict family law matters often find their way to me.

My persuasive style has been well received in courtrooms throughout Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.  My former clients have included c-level employees of local and national corporations, senior partners at multinational law firms, radio and television personalities, senior executive level employees of the federal government, business owners of all sorts, and stay-at-home moms and dads.  In 2015, for example, through negotiation or litigation, my firm handled the equitable distribution of more than half a billion dollars in assets.  I have personally represented clients in Maryland and the District of Columbia who control tens of millions of dollars in family assets and clients in Virginia who control hundreds of millions of dollars in family assets.  Whether you are an individual who has millions of dollars at stake or you simply want more time with your kids, my firm can help.  

I have been recognized in various publications, including Washingtonian Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine, Super Lawyers, Best LawyersTen Leaders and the Washington Business Journal.  I am AV-Preeminent Rated by Martindale Hubble10.0/10.0 on the lawyer rating website Avvo.com and 5.0/5.0 of the lawyer rating website Lawyer.com.  My formal education includes a B.A. from Hampden-Sydney College with honors in both Philosophy and Religion (1999), induction into Pi Sigma Alpha and Theta Alpha Kappa Honor Fraternities, and the Union Philanthropic Literary and Debate Society. I completed my J.D. from George Mason School of Law with a focus on litigation (2004). This academic background facilitates my forging channels of communication that bridge cultural, economic and social divides, allowing for thoughtful position development and, when coupled with my substantial trial experience, affords clients innovative and creative settlement opportunities.

Having previously operated, purchased and sold various business entities, I also bring a broad base of commercial and real estate-related experience to the divorce arena. My professional experience includes practicing alongside the partners of several of Northern Virginia’s most prestigious boutique family law firms and serving as a clerk for the judges of the U.S. Tax Court. My practice has also enjoyed steady growth through relationships developed during my involvement with the American, Virginia, Maryland and Fairfax Bar Associations and Virginia Trial Lawyers of America. I am admitted to practice law in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.