Elizabeth M. Ross
Elizabeth M. Ross
Elizabeth Ross is a principal of the firm. Her practice focuses on family law, litigation, collaborative divorce and mediation. She regularly practices in several jurisdictions in Northern Virginia including Loudoun County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, as well as Clarke County and the City of Winchester.
LAW SCHOOL: THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, J.D. with High Honors
COLLEGE: THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY, B.A.
Although she is a seasoned litigator, Elizabeth believes in alternative dispute resolution including mediation and collaborative divorce whenever possible for her clients. She is a member of the International Association of Collaborative Practitioners, the Virginia Collaborative Professionals, and the Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia/Loudoun.
A Northern Virginia resident for over 25 years, Elizabeth has been practicing in the field of family law for over 15 years. Community service is an important part of her career. Most recently, she was elected to serve on the board of the Virginia Women’s Attorney Association. She served on the Loudoun County Bar Association Board of Directors from 2013-2015, and volunteered on the Law Camp committee for several years, including as a mentor to high school students. Elizabeth was the Chair of the Virginia State Bar Special Committee on Lawyer Referral from 2014-2015.
Elizabeth spends most of her weekends volunteering as a girl scout leader for her daughters’ troops, or cheering on the softball field. As a member of the Junior League of Northern Virginia from 2006-2017, Elizabeth served in many leadership roles including on the board of directors.
Elizabeth was named a SuperLawyer for Northern Virginia in 2016 and 2017, and was listed as a SuperLawyers Rising Star for Northern Virginia from 2010 to 2015. She has achieved a rating of “Superb” on the AVVO.com web site.
Elizabeth M. Ross practices in the following areas of law: Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation, Adoption, Spousal Support, Mediation, Relocation Cases, Domestic Violence, Equitable Distribution, Settlement Agreements, Wills, and Collaborative Divorce.