Sevda Serttas Olmstead
Sevda Serttas Olmstead graduated from George Mason University with a B.S. degree in Law Enforcement in 1994 and a B.A. degree in Government & Politics in 1996. Mrs. Olmstead was employed with two exceptional local firms; one concentrating in criminal defense work and the other in family law while attending undergraduate courses at George Mason University. After acquiring experience in both fields and her undergraduate degrees, she then pursued a Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan.
She zealously advocates for her clients. Mrs. Olmstead works to resolve issues in dispute for her clients but is not hesitant to litigate when it is in her client’s best interest. Mrs. Olmstead has successfully represented both mothers and fathers in custody disputes and divorce.
Sevda S. Olmstead is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the Prince William County Bar Association, and past member of the Prince William County Judicial Evaluation Committee. Mrs. Olmstead has been a certified Guardian Ad Litem in the Commonwealth of Virginia representing the best interests of juveniles. In addition, she is certified by the Virginia Indigent Commission to accept juvenile, misdemeanor and felony court appointments.
Mrs. Olmstead founded Sevda S. Olmstead, P.C. in August 2005 as a sole practitioner. In 2007, Mrs. Olmstead and Mr. Olmstead opened their current law practice.
Mrs. Olmstead practices in the areas of misdemeanor juvenile and adult criminal defense, minor traffic violations, child custody, child and spousal support, visitation, and divorce (family law).
Please feel free to email Mrs. Olmstead for assistance with your legal matter: firstname.lastname@example.org