Communities Served in Virginia by James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law

COMMUNITIES SERVED IN VIRGINIA

Amelia County

Amelia County, which includes the post office addresses of Amelia Court House, Jetersville, and Mannboro, Virginia, has a population of approximately 12,805 and covers 355 square miles in Central Virginia, southwest of Richmond City, and bordering the Virginia counties of Chesterfield, Cumberland, Dinwiddie, Nottoway, Powhatan and Prince Edward.  Amelia County is part of Virginia’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit, along with Dinwiddie County, Nottoway County, Petersburg City, and Powhatan County.

Lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has appeared in the Amelia County Circuit Court on a show cause following a divorce case and would welcome new cases in the Amelia County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and the Amelia County Circuit Court, both located in the county seat of Amelia Court House. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, the bankruptcy court where attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., practices, is the appropriate venue for Amelia County bankruptcy cases.

Brunswick County

Brunswick County includes the post office addresses of Alberta, Brodnax, Dolphin, Ebony, Freeman, Gasburg, Lawrenceville, Meredithville, Rawlings, Valentine, Warfield and White Plains.  Brunswick County has approximately 17,200 residents and comprises 566 square miles on the southern border of Virginia, surrounded by the Virginia Counties of Dinwiddie, Greensville, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway.

Brunswick County is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Greensville County, Hopewell City, Prince George County, Surry County and Sussex County.

James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes the opportunity to represent new clients in the Brunswick County Circuit Court and in the Brunswick County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, both located in Lawrenceville.  Bankruptcy cases originating out of Brunswick County would be filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, where lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., practices.

Caroline County

Caroline County includes the post office addresses of Bowling Green, Corbin, Ladysmith, Milford, Port Royal, Rappahannock Academy, Ruther Glen, Sparta and Woodford.  Caroline County has a approximate population of 28,700 and includes 528 square miles in eastern central Virginia, bordered by the Counties of Essex, Hanover, King and Queen, King George, King William, Louisa, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.  Caroline County is part of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Caroline County Circuit Court and Caroline County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law, welcomes the opportunity to represent new clients in the Caroline County Circuit Court and in the Caroline County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, both located in Bowling Green, Virginia.  Bankruptcy cases originating out of Caroline County would be filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, where lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., practices.

Charles City County

Charles City County, which includes the post office addresses of Charles City and Ruthville, has a population of approximately 7,256 and covers 204 square miles in central Virginia, bordered by the Counties of Chesterfield, Henrico, James City, New Kent, Prince George, and Surry.

Charles City County is part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

New clients with cases in the Charles City County Circuit Court and in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, located in Charles City, would be welcomed by attorney James H. Wilson, Jr.  Bankruptcy cases originating out of Charles City County would be filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, where lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., practices.

Chesterfield County

One of the larger and more populous counties in central Virginia, Chesterfield County includes the post office addresses of Chester, Midlothian, Moseley, North Chesterfield, and Richmond.  Chesterfield County has a population of 320,000 and covers 423 square miles south of Richmond City, with additional borders on the counties of Amelia, Charles City, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Henrico, Nottoway, Powatan, and Prince George.

Chesterfield County is part of the Twelfth Judicial District in Virginia, along with Colonial Heights.  James H. Wilson, Jr., has handled numerous cases in both the Circuit Court and the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court in Chesterfield, including appeals from the Juvenile Court, contested divorces, custody and visitation hearings, show causes, spousal support hearings, and child support hearings.  Lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has also represented numerous residents of the County of Chesterfield in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.

Colonial Heights City

Originally part of Chesterfield County and then a town, Colonial Heights was incorporated as a Virginia city in 1948, with a population of 17,400 encompassed in 7.52 square miles sharing borders with the Counties of Chesterfield and Prince George and the City of Petersburg, as defined by the Appomattox River.

Colonial Heights is part of the 12th Judicial District, along with Chesterfield County, with which it shares judges.

The Colonial Heights Circuit Court and Colonial Heights Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Colonial Heights, Virginia.  Attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients with cases in the Colonial Heights Circuit Court or Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court.  Virginia attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented residents of the City of Colonial Heights in bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.

Dinwiddie County

Dinwiddie County includes the post office addresses of Ammon, Carson, Church Road, Dewitt, Dinwiddie, Ford, McKenney, Sutherland, and Wilsons.  With a population of 28,000 over 504 square miles, Dinwiddie borders eight Virginia cities and counties: Amelia, Brunswick, Chesterfield, Greensville, Nottoway, Petersburg, Prince George, and Sussex.

Dinwiddie County is included in Virginia’s 11th Judicial Circuit, along with Amelia County, Nottoway County, Petersburg City, and Powhatan County.  Lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new client with cases in the Circuit Court or Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court in Dinwiddie County.  Virginia lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented residents of the City of Dinwiddie County in bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the EDVA, Richmond Division.

Emporia City

Emporia City is the county seat for Greensville County and includes the post office address of Emporia, Virginia.  The city was formed in 1887 from the merger of the towns of Belfield and Hicksford, which were first settled in 1710.  With a population of 5,700, Emporia City is one of the Virginia cities closest to the Virginia-North Carolina Border.  Residents of the City of Emporia are served by the Greensville County Circuit Court and Juvenile and Domestic District Courts.

Emporia is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Brunswick County, Greensville County, Hopewell City, Prince George County, Surry County and Sussex County.

Bankruptcy cases originating out of Emporia City would be filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, where Glen Allen bankruptcy lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., practices.  New clients with cases in Emporia City would be welcomed by Virginia lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr.

Essex County

Essex County includes the post office addresses of Caret, Center Cross, Champlain, Dunnsville, Hustle, Laneview, Loretto, Millers Tavern, and Tappahannock, Virginia.  Essex County has a population of nearly 10,000 residents and approximately 258 square miles.

Essex County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County. The Essex County Circuit Court is located in Tappahannock, Virginia, on the beautiful Rappahannock River.

Tappahannock is the oldest town in Essex County, and one of the oldest cities in Virginia, dating back to its discovery in 1608 by Captain John Smith.  Visitors can view the historic jail in the center of the city.  Tappahannock serves as one of the gateways to the Northern Neck of Virginia, that historic portion of Virginia between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, now a major recreational area for central Virginia.

Glen Allen lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes clients with cases in the Essex County Circuit Court or the Essex County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.  Residents of Essex County would properly file bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.

Fredericksburg City

Fredericksburg City includes the post office address of Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Fredericksburg is one of the oldest cities in Virginia, dating back to 1681.  Situate in Spotsylvania County, the City of Fredericksburg is home to a population of 27,000 residents in an area of roughly 10 square miles.  It is home of the University of Mary Washington.

Fredericksburg City is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Fredericksburg Circuit Court and the Fredericksburg Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in the City of Fredericksburg.  The Richmond Division of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia would be the most appropriate venue for bankruptcy cases by residents of Fredericksburg, Virginia.  Virginia attorney-at-law James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Fredericksburg with family law cases or bankruptcy cases.

Goochland County

Goochland County includes the post office addresses of Beaumont, Cartersville, Columbia, Crozier, Goochland. Gum Spring, Hadensville, Maidens, Manakin Sabot, Oilville, Richmond, Sandy Hook, and State Farm, Virginia.   Goochland County includes 284 square miles in central Virginia and is home to approximately 17,000 residents.  It has been recognized as one of the richest counties in the United States by Forbes Magazine.

Goochland County is in the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Culpeper County, Fluvanna County, Greene County, Louisa County, Madison County, and Orange County.

The Goochland County Circuit Court and Goochland County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court are located in Goochland, Virginia.  Residents of Goochland County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Richmond lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented clients in Goochland County, Virginia and would welcome new clients from Goochland County, Virginia.

Greensville County

Greensville County is north of the border between Virginia and North Carolina, and includes the postal addresses of Jarratt and Skippers, Virginia.  Greensville County has a population of more than 11,000 residents in an area of approximately 296 square miles.  The municipal code of Greensville County is available online.   The Greensville County Circuit Court and Greensville County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in the county seat of Emporia, Virginia.

Greensville County is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Brunswick County, Hopewell City, Prince George County, Surry County and Sussex County.

The Greensville County Circuit Court and Greensville County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Emporia Virginia.  Residents of Greensville County would properly file a bankruptcy case in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia.  Virginia lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Greensville County, Virginia, with legal problems in the areas of bankruptcy, divorce, family law, foreclosures, probate and wills.

Hanover County

Hanover County is a beautiful, mostly rural county in the center of Virginia that includes the postal addresses of Ashland, Atlee, Beaverdam, Doswell, Hanover, Mechanicsville, Montpelier, Rockville, Ruther Glen, and Studley.  Hanover County has a population of more than 86,000 spread out over 473 square miles.  In the center of Hanover County is the city of Ashland, Virginia, the home of Randolph-Macon College.  Located fifteen miles north of the City of Richmond, near the center of Virginia, residents describes Ashland as “the center of the Universe”.  Seven thousand residents call Ashland home. The Ashland code of ordinances is published online as a free legal resource.  Straddling the railroad tracks with Victorian-era homes among tall trees, Ashland has established a reputation as a quaint, family-friendly town to visit, particularly for those whose children love trains.

The Hanover County court system is located in county government complex in Hanover, Virginia.  The Hanover County Circuit Court and Hanover County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.  Glen Allen lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented clients in family law matters in Hanover County and has helped many residents of Hanover County file for bankruptcy relief in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia.

Henrico County

Henrico County, Virginia, includes the postal addresses of Glen Allen, Highland Springs, Richmond and Sandston.  Henrico County stretches out to the west, north and south-east of the City of Richmond like a saddle, bordering Hanover County, Goochland County and Powhatan County to the north and west, the James River and Chesterfield County to the south, and New Kent and Charles City to the east.  Henrico County is home to approximately 315,000 residents in an area over 238 square miles, and four Fortune 1000 companies.  Established in 1634, Henrico County is the second oldest community in the Commonwealth of Virginia.   Richmond International Airport is located in eastern Henrico County.  The Short Pump and Innsbrook areas in Western Henrico County both contain numerous office complexes, retail stores, and residential units.  The law office of James H. Wilson, Jr., is located in the Innsbrook section of Glen Allen, in Western Henrico County.

Henrico County is the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia.  Glen Allen family law lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has handled numerous cases in both the Henrico County Circuit Court and Henrico County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, including uncontested divorce cases, contested divorce cases, contested custody and visitation hearings, show cause proceedings, spousal support hearings, and child support hearings.  Glen Allen bankruptcy attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., has also represented numerous residents of Henrico County in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  The Henrico County government center, including the courts and administrative offices are located near the intersection of Parham Road and Staples Mill Road in Henrico, Virginia.

Hopewell City

The City of Hopewell is located in a bend of the James River, twenty-two miles south of Richmond.  With a population of 22,000 residents and occupying a little more than ten square miles, Hopewell is an independent city in Virginia, with its own Circuit Court and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.

Hopewell City is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Brunswick County, Greensville County, Prince George County, Surry County and Sussex County.

The Hopewell Circuit Court and Hopewell Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Hopewell, Virginia. Residents of Hopewell City would properly file bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law, has represented clients from Hopewell and would welcome new clients who reside in the City of Hopewell, Virginia.

King and Queen County

King and Queen County includes the postal addresses of Bruington, King and Queen, Little Plymouth, Mascot, Mattaponi, Newtown, Saint Stephens Church, Shacklefords, Stevensville, and Walkerton.  King and Queen County has a population of approximately 6,600 residents over 316 square miles in the region known as the Middle Peninsula, between the Rappahannock and York Rivers.  The county seat is King and Queen Courthouse, where the King and Queen County Circuit Court is located.  The King and Queen County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court is located in King William, Virginia.

King and Queen County are part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, along with Charles City County, Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

King and Queen County Circuit Court and King and Queen County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in King and Queen, Virginia, The proper venue for bankruptcy cases for residents of King and Queen County is the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Glen Allen lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr. has represented clients in King and Queen County Circuit Court.

King William County

King William County includes the postal addresses of Aylett, King William, Manquin and West Point.  Established in 1702, King William County has grown to a population of 16,000 residents in an area of over 286 square miles.  The town of West Point , with a population of 3,300 residents, is located at the confluence of the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers, which become the York River at the southeast corner of the peninsula.

King William County is part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Charles City County, Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

The King William County Circuit Court and King William County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in King William, Virginia.  Richmond lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented clients from King William County in divorce cases and bankruptcy cases.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of King William County and the Town of West Point, Virginia.

Lancaster County

Lancaster County includes the postal addresses of Irvington, Kilmarnock, Lancaster, Lively, Merry Point, Mollusk, Morattico, Nuttsville, Weems and Whitestone.  Lancaster County is located in Virginia’s Northern Neck on the north shore of the Rappahannock River, stretching from Lancaster Creek southeast to Windmill Point on the Chesapeake Bay.  Lancaster County has more than 11,000 residents over 231 square miles.

Lancaster County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Lancaster County Circuit Court and Lancaster County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Lancaster, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Lancaster County, Virginia.  Richmond bankruptcy and divorce lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Lancaster County, Virginia.

Louisa County

Louisa County includes the postal addresses of Bumpass, Louisa, Mineral, and Trevilians.  Louisa County has more than 33,000 residents over 511 square miles, roughly midway between Richmond, Virginia and Charlottesville, Virginia, with a southern border along Route 64.

Louisa County is in the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Culpeper County, Fluvanna County, Goochland County, Greene County, Madison County, and Orange County.

The Louisa County Circuit Court and Louisa County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Louisa, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of King William County and the Town of West Point, Virginia.  Glen Allen bankruptcy and divorce lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., represented a husband in a contested divorce case in Louisa County Circuit Court and would welcome new clients from Louisa County, Virginia.

Lunenburg County

Lunenburg County includes the postal addresses of Dundas, Fort Mitchell, Kenbridge, Lunenburg, and Victoria.  Lunenburg County has a population of more than 12,000 residents over 432 square miles, approximately 65 miles to the southwest of the state’s capital in Richmond, Virginia.

Lunenburg County is part of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Appomattox County, Buckingham County, Charlotte County, Cumberland County, Halifax County, Mecklenburg County, and Prince Edward County,

The Lunenberg County Circuit Court and Lunenburg County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Lunenburg, Virginia.  Residents of Lunenburg County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law, welcomes new clients from Lunenburg County, Virginia.

Mecklenburg County

Mecklenburg County includes the postal addresses of Baskerville, Boydton, Bracey, Chase City, Clarksville, La Crosse, Skipwith, and South Hill.  With a population of nearly 32,000, Mecklenburg County stretches over 679 square miles, just north of the North Carolina border around the John Kerr Dam and Resevoir, also known as Buggs Island Lake or Kerr Lake.

Meckleburg County is part of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Appomattox County, Buckingham County, Charlotte County, Cumberland County, Halifax County, Lunenburg County, and Prince Edward County.

The Mecklenburg County Circuit Court and Mecklenburg County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Boydton, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Mecklenburg County, Virginia.  Richmond divorce and bankruptcy lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Mecklenburg County, Virginia.

Middlesex County

Middlesex County includes the postal addresses of Christchurch, Church View, Deltaville, Hardyville, Hartfield, Jamaica, Locust Hill, Saluda, Topping, Urbanna, Wake, and Water View.  Middlesex County encompasses the area on the Middle Peninsula south of the Rappahannock River from south of Jones Point all the way east to Stingray Point in the Chesapeake Bay.  Middlesex County has a population of just under 11,000 over 211 square miles.

Middlesex County is part of Virginia’s Ninth Judicial Circuit, Charles City County, Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, New Kent County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

The Middlesex County Circuit Court and Middlesex County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Saluda, Virginia.  Residents of Middlesex County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Richmond Virginia attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Middlesex County, Virginia.

New Kent County

New Kent County includes the postal addresses of Barhamsville, Lanexa, New Kent, Providence Forge, and Quinton. Home to more than 13,000 residents, New Kent County stretches out over 210 square miles between Richmond and Williamsburg, south of the Pamunkey River and York River, and north of the Chickahominy River.

New Kent County is part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, Charles City County, Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

The New Kent County Circuit Court and New Kent County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in New Kent, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of New Kent County, Virginia.  Virginia divorce lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients who reside in New Kent County, Virginia.

Newport News

James H. Wilson, Jr., has tried divorce matters in the City of Newport News Circuit Court.

Northumberland County

Northumberland County includes the postal addresses of Burgess, Callao, Edwardsville, Heathsville, Lottsburg, Ophelia, Reedville, and Wicomico Church.  Northumberland County is located in the Northern Neck of Virginia, stretching along the southern shore of the Potomac River and the Western side of the Chesapeake Bay from Kinsale, Virginia, southeast to Kilmarnock, Virginia.  Northumberland County has more than 12,000 residents over 286 square miles.

The Northumberland County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Northumberland County Circuit Court and Northumberland County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Heathsville, Virginia.  Residents of Northumberland County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Virginia bankruptcy attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients who reside in Northumberland County, Virginia.

Nottoway County

Nottoway County includes the postal addresses of Blackstone, Burkeville, Crewe, and Nottoway.  Nottoway is approximately 50 miles to the southwest of the state capital in Richmond, Virginia.  Nottoway County has a population of nearly 16,000 over 316 square miles, on the growing edge of Virginia’s golden crescent.

Nottoway County is part of Virginia’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit, along with Amelia County, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg City, and Powhatan County.

The Nottoway County Circuit Court and Nottoway County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Nottoway, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Nottoway County, Virginia.  Virginia bankruptcy and divorce lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has appeared on matters in both the Nottoway County Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court and the Nottoway County Circuit Court.

Petersburg City

Petersburg City includes the postal address of Petersburg.  Petersburg is approximately 24 miles south of Richmond, Virginia, on the Appomattox River, across the river from Colonial Heights, Virginia.  Petersburg has a population of more than 32,000 residents spread over some 24 square miles.  Petersburg was founded by the English colonists in Virginia in the 1630s, at the fall line of the Appomattox River.

The City of Petersburg is part of Virginia’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit, along with Amelia County, Dinwiddie County, Nottoway County, and Powhatan County.

The Petersburg City Circuit Court and Petersburg City Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Petersburg, Virginia.  Residents of the City of Petersburg, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law welcomes new clients from the City of Petersburg, Virginia.

Powhatan County

Powhatan County includes the postal addresses of Macon and Powhatan. Established in 1777, Powhatan County has more than 28,000 residents over 262 square miles.  Powhatan County is bordered on the north by the James River and on the south by the Appomattox River.

Powhatan County is part of Virginia’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit, along with Amelia County, Dinwiddie County, Nottoway County, and Petersburg City.

The Powhatan County Circuit Court and Powhatan County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Powhatan, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Powhatan County, Virginia.  Glen Allen lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented clients in and from Powhatan County, Virginia, and welcomes its residents as new clients.

Prince Edward County

Prince Edward County includes the postal addresses of Farmville, Green Bay, Hampden Sydney, Meherrin, Prospect, and Rice.  Formed in 1754 by the Virginia Colony, Prince Edward County is now home to more than 23,000 residents living in an area of 354 square miles.

Prince Edward County is part of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Appomattox County, Buckingham County, Charlotte County, Cumberland County, Halifax County, Lunenburg County, Mecklenburg County, and Prince Edward County.

The Prince Edward County Circuit Court and Prince Edward County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Farmville, Virginia.  Residents of Prince Edward County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division. James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law, welcomes new clients from Prince Edward County, Virginia.

Prince George County

Prince George County includes the postal addresses of Disputanta, Fort Lee, and Prince George.  Established in 1702, and named after Prince George of Denmark, husband of the English monarch Queen Anne, Prince George County now has a population of more than 35,000 residents over 282 square miles to the east and south of the City of Petersburg, Virginia.

Prince George County is part of the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, along with Brunswick County, Greensville County, Hopewell City, Surry County, Sussex County

The Prince George County Circuit Court and Prince George County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Prince George, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Prince George County, Virginia.  Lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has represented clients in and from Prince George County, Virginia, and would welcome new clients who reside in Prince George County, Virginia.

Richmond City

The City of Richmond includes the postal addresses of Lakeside, Richmond, and the University of Richmond.  Richmond is the state capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia.  With a population of more than 200,000 residents over more than 62 square miles, Richmond is one of the largest cities in central Virginia.  Richmond has numerous colleges and universities, including Union Theological Seminary, University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Virginia Union University.  Richmond is home to six Fortune 500 companies: Altria, Carmax, Dominion Resources, Genworth Financial, MeadWestvaco, and Owens & Minor.

Richmond City is part of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Virginia, Charles City County, Gloucester County, James City County/Williamsburg, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, and York County/Poquoson.

Attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., has handled numerous cases in the Richmond City Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, including child custody, child visitation, and child support hearings, and welcomes the opportunity to represent new clients in the Richmond City Circuit Court at the John Marshall Courts Building.  Lawyer James H. Wilson, Jr., has also represented numerous residents of the City of Richmond in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, in the Federal Courthouse at the corner of E. Broad St. and 7th St.

Richmond County

Richmond County includes the postal addresses of Farnham, Haynesville, Sharps, Village, and Warsaw.  Richmond County is situate in Virginia’s Northern Neck, stretching along the northern shore of the Rappahannock River from Brockenbrough Creek in the west to Lancaster Creek in the east.  Richmond County is home to more than 9,000 residents spread out over 216 square miles of territory.

Richmond County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Richmond County Circuit Court and Richmond County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Warsaw, Virginia. Residents of Richmond County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Virginia attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Richmond County, Virginia.

Spotsylvania County

Spotsylvania County includes the postal addresses of Fredericksburg, Partlow, Spotsylvania, and Thornburg. With more than 125,000 residents, Spotsylvania County spreads over 412 square miles of territory southwest of Fredericksburg, Virginia to Lake Anne, Virginia.  The county seat is located in Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia.  Established in 1721, Spotsylvania County includes many historic Civil War battlefields including Battle of Chancellorsville, Battle of the Wilderness, Battle of Fredericksburg, and Battle of Spotsylvania Court House.

Spotsylvania County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Stafford County, and Westmoreland County.

The Spotsylvania County Circuit Court and Spotsylvania County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Spotsylvania, Virginia. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Spotsylvania County, Virginia.  James H. Wilson, Jr., a Virginia lawyer, welcomes new clients from Spotsylvania County, Virginia.  James H. Wilson, Jr., Esq., welcomes new clients from Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

Surry County

Surry County includes the postal addresses of Claremont, Dendron, Elberon, Spring Grove, and Surry.  Surry County is home to nearly 7,000 residents, contained within 279 square miles.  Established in 1652, Surry County stretches along the south bank of the James River from Upper Chipokes Creek southeast to Hog Island, and west to the Blackwater River, more or less.

Surry County is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Brunswick County, Greensville County, Hopewell City, Page County, Prince George County, and Sussex County.

The Surry County Circuit Court and Surry County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Surry, Virginia.  Residents of Surry County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division. Richmond bankruptcy and divorce attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Surry County, Virginia.

Sussex County

Sussex County includes the postal addresses of Stony Creek, Sussex, Wakefield, Waverly, and Yale.  Sussex County is home to approximately 12,000 residents over 491 square miles, midway between the City of Petersburg, Virginia, and Suffolk, Virginia.  Sussex County is 45 miles southeast of the state capital in Richmond, Virginia, in the coastal plain region.

Sussex County is part of Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit, along with Brunswick County, Greensville County, Hopewell City, Page County, Prince George County, and Surry County.

The Sussex County Circuit Court and Sussex County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Sussex, Virginia.  The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, is the proper venue for cases filed by residents of Sussex County, Virginia.  James H. Wilson, Jr., Attorney & Counsellor at Law, welcomes new clients from Sussex County, Virginia.

Westmoreland County

Westmoreland County includes the postal addresses of Coles Point, Colonial Beach, Hague, Kinsale, Montross, Mount Holly, Oldhams, Sandy Point, Stratford, and Zacata.  Home to more than 17,000 residents over 253 square miles, Westmoreland County is part of Virginia’s Northern Neck, stretching along the southern shore of the Potomac River from Colonial Beach, Virginia, in the northwest to Kinsale, Virginia, in the southeast.  Westmoreland County boasts of more than 253 miles of shoreline on the Potomac River.

Westmoreland County is part of Virginia’s Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, along with Caroline County, Essex County, Fredericksburg City, Hanover County, King George County, Lancaster County, Northumberland County, Richmond County, Spotsylvania County, and Stafford County.

The Westmoreland County Circuit Court and Westmoreland County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located in Montross, Virginia. Residents of Westmoreland County, Virginia, would properly file new bankruptcy cases in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division.  Virginia Attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., welcomes new clients from Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Williamsburg/James City County

James City County includes the postal addresses of Jamestown, Norge, Toano, and Williamsburg.  James City County has a population of 67,000, spread out over 143 square miles. Jamestown is the oldest city in Virginia and the home of the first permanent English settlement in the New World in 1607.  The City of Williamsburg is also one of the oldest cities in Virginia, founded as the capital of the Virginia Colony in 1699.  Williamsburg is home to William and Mary College and its renowned law school.  Williamsburg has a population of more than 14,000 residents in an area of less than nine square miles.

Williamsburg and James City County are part of Virginia’s Ninth Judicial Circuit, along with Charles City County, Gloucester County, King and Queen County, King William County, Mathews County, Middlesex County, New Kent County, Richmond City, and York County/Poquoson.

The proper venue for bankruptcy cases for residents of Williamsburg and James City County is the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Newport News Division.    James H. Wilson, Jr., has appeared in the Williamsburg and James City County Circuit Court, representing a husband as a defendant in a contested divorce case, and would welcome new clients with cases in the Williamsburg/James City County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court or the Williamsburg/James City County Circuit Court.

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