Vanessa Lynn Rodriguez is a well versed and knowledgeable Family Law attorney with deep family roots in Marion County, WV. She works diligently and zealously to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients in a wide range of family law cases. Vanessa has obtained a Master's of Language from West Virginia University and a Juris Doctorate from the West Virginia University College of Law in 1998. Vanessa's experience in the legal field extends more than 20 years and her focus has primarily been on Family Law matters as well as Domestic Relations.
Nikki Louise Robinson is a native of Marion County and is a detail oriented and seasoned paralegal. Nikki has nearly a decade's worth of practice in the field and has acquired a vast knowledge of the Family Court and its practices. Nikki selflessly makes remarkable efforts which ensure all clients are well informed and involved throughout their litigation. Nikki graduated from Fairmont State University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration in 2008 and has since additionally obtained her West Virginia Realtor's license.
Priya Julie Walia is a native of Monongaliia County, WV, and is an up and coming attorney with passion for equality and justice. Priya obtained a Juris Doctorate from the university of Cincinnati College of Law in 2016 and has been involved in non-profit legal work for the past several years. Priya is a licensed attorney in the state of Ohio and is currently working towards admittance into the West Virginia Bar Association so that she may practice Family Law and serve her community by doing so.
Jamie Angel Riddell is an articulate and goal-oriented legal assistant whom has plans to some day become a Family Law attorney herself. With a desire to have a career in the field, Jamie continuously familiarizes herself with the practices and procedures of the Family Court. Jamie is originally from Greenbrier County, WV, but since moved to Marion County, WV, to further her education. She graduated from Fairmont State University with a Bachelor's of Science as well as a Bachelor's of Arts in 2017, followed by a Masters of Criminal Justice, shortly after, in 2018.