Christopher W. Walker, Esq.
Christopher Walker was born and raised in Prince William County, having grown up in Woodbridge and graduated from Potomac Senior High School. Mr. Walker earned his B.A. at St. John's College in Annapolis, MD, a small liberal arts college known for its distinctive "great books" curriculum. Although all St. John's graduates receive a degree in Liberal Arts, his credits were equivalent to a dual major in Philosophy and the History of Mathematics and Science.
Mr. Walker received his J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law. At the end of his first year of law school, he earned an invitation to join the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal. Eventually, Mr. Walker served as an Associate Editor of the journal before graduating near the top of his class.
Mr. Walker has extensive experience in all the courts of Northern Virginia. His primary focus is on estate planning and family law, such as divorces, custody, visitation, and child support. Mr. Walker is also a certified Guardian ad Litem for children and has volunteered his time through ACTS/Turning Points to help victims of domestic violence in protective order cases.
In addition to his core practice, Mr. Walker also handles adult guardianship cases, contract drafting, and business law matters.
When he is not practicing law, Mr. Walker enjoys hiking the Appalachian Trial, cooking experimental cuisine, and photography, including taking the sunrise photo above that he took in Iceland.
Address: P.O. Box 1107, Haymarket, Virginia 20168
CHRISTOPHER WALKER, ESQ.
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