Hope Rosen's practice has consistently centered on child and family law issues. After receiving her law degree, Ms. Rosen worked as a staff attorney for the American Prosecutors Research Institute, focusing on issues of juvenile delinquency and child abuse. Ms. Rosen left the American Prosecutors Research Institute when she was appointed Special Counsel for the Division of Child Support Enforcement by the Attorney General of Virginia. After building her expertise in child support law, Ms. Rosen expanded her family law practice to include matters of child custody and visitation, protective orders, spousal support and equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities. In addition to Ms. Rosen's experience in litigation, she is also trained in collaborative law, which allows her to offer her skills in various approaches to dispute resolution. Most recently, Ms. Rosen has broadened her practice to provide legal assistance to intact and separating same sex couples and their families.
In her free time, Ms. Rosen volunteers her time as a conciliator for the Fairfax County Bar Association's Conciliation Program. She also provides pro bono services for victims of domestic violence.
Ms. Rosen received her Bachelor of Arts from the College of William and Mary and her Juris Doctor from the George Mason University School of Law.