Patricia Woodward has been practicing law in Fauquier County, Virginia for more than thirty years and has established herself as an experienced and effective attorney in her areas of concentration.
Ms. Woodward is engaged in a general practice of law. Her areas of practice include:
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Fee and Retainer policy
Office Hours:
The office is open from 8:00 a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is closed from noon to 1 p.m. each day.
By Appointment Only
In order to allocate sufficient time for each client, it is necessary to work by appointment only. Please do not arrive at the office expecting to see Ms. Woodward without an appointment. When you call for an appointment, please give your name, the nature of your problem, and your telephone number, other information may also be requested.
Appointment Cancellations
If you cannot keep an appointment, please give her office reasonable notice. Your courtesy will enable her to make time available for another client.
When you call the office it may not be possible to speak to Ms. Woodward immediately. If she is in conference with a client, she will not interrupt it to take calls. Ms. Woodward is often out of the office doing research or attending court, so it is not possible for her to return telephone calls immediately. Therefore, please give the necessary information to her secretary. In many instances she will be familiar with your case. If she cannot answer your questions, she will confer with Ms. Woodward and will return your call as soon as possible.
When calling the office to inquire about your case or ask questions, conserve your time and that of the secretary by consolidating your questions for one call, rather than calling the office on each different question.
31 South Second Street
Warrenton, Virginia 20187
Telephone: 540-347-1482
Fax: 866-876-2295
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Ms. Woodward's Curiculum Vitae
Ms. Woodward received her law degree from the Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia. She received a B.A. from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and prior to that, she received an A.A. from Hartford College for Women in Hartford, Connecticut. She was admitted to the Virginia State Bar in 1980. In 2012, she had the honor of being appointed the Assistant Commissioner of Accounts for Fauquier County. Ms. Woodward and her husband have lived in Fauquier County for almost thirty years. Since moving to the county, she has been active in many community groups. Some of the groups with which she has been involved include the following:

Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Responsibilities of Commissioner of Accounts

Patricia A. Woodward currently serves as Assistant Commissioner of Accounts for Fauquier County, Virginia. The judges of each circuit appoint an attorney to serve as Commissioner of Accounts to provide “general supervision of all fiduciaries admitted to qualify in such court or before the clerk thereof and make all ex parte settlements of their accounts.” Virginia Code § 64.2-1200. Each Commissioner of Accounts maintains their own office, accounts, and records, and may charge fees for the services they perform. The circuit court appointing the Commissioner of Accounts sets the fees that may be charged. In many jurisdictions, the circuit court also appoints one or more Assistant Commissioners of Accounts. An Assistant Commissioner of Accounts acts only in such cases that the Commissioner of Accounts delegates to him/her. Each Assistant Commissioner of Accounts maintains his/her own office, which is separate from the Commissioner of Accounts.
The Commissioner of Accounts for Fauquier County is Gary M. Pearson. His contact information is as follow:
9 Culpeper Street.
Warrenton, Va 20186
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