Ms. Ewing is a partner with the firm, and she has been practicing law in Virginia since 1998.  Her practice is focused almost exclusively in the area of family law and domestic relations.  Cindy earned her law degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Indiana University.  She has also served as a certified public accountant (CPA) and has a significant financial background, having previously served in the capacities of Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Tax Analyst, and Tax Manager.  Moreover, she has over two decades experience with issues affecting families of divorce and separated status.  She has been trained as a family and general mediator and in the area of collaborative law, to preserve the dignity of the family.

Cindy has served on Virginia’s Child Support Review Panel for two terms and has an extensive knowledge of the child support guidelines.  She is also a past member and Chairperson of the Chesapeake Community Criminal Justice Board.  She has participated on a number of television and radio programs on various topics related to children of divorce and the effect of divorce on families.  In late 1998, Cindy represented several of the organizations with which she was involved with at a meeting with White House Domestic Policy staff to discuss pending federal legislation on family-related issues.  She has served on a Virginia legislative study group to evaluate custody and visitation issues and has testified before the U.S. Congress on similar issues.  Cindy also served as Treasurer and CFO of the Virginia Fatherhood Initiative, Inc., a non-profit organization which focused on father absence and worked to promote positive roles of today’s fathers.