Brandon C. Waltrip

Practice Areas

  • Contested Divorce
  • Military Divorce
  • Property Settlement Agreements
  • High Asset Divorce
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Business Disputes & Crisis Management
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Business Purchase Agreements
  • Fractional Legal Officer
  • Small Business Counsel
  • QDRO/Retired Benefit Court Orders

Mr. Waltrip is a trial lawyer who has tried hundreds of cases through out the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mr. Waltrip is the founding partner of WALTRIP & CAMPBELL, PC.. As a result of his extensive trial experience, Mr. Waltrip has handled a diverse selection of cases in the areas of Family law, Business Representation and Civil Litigation. Mr. Waltrip also assists other attorneys in preparation of their matters for trial. At this time, Mr. Waltrip accepts cases as the lead attorney in the following areas: Contested Divorces (including High Asset and Business Divisions in Divorce), Fault Based Divorces, Drafting and Negotiation of Property Settlement Agreements, Civil Debt Collection and Child Custody. He previously served as a Board member of the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and presently serves as the President of the Board for the Williamsburg Wrestling Club and, Vice Chair on the Board for Triangle Stepping Stones, LTD.

Brandon Waltrip Williamsburg Attorney

Mr. Waltrip is a life long resident of James-City County where he lives with his family. In his spare time Mr. Waltrip volunteers on the board of the Williamsburg Wrestling Club, enjoys gardening and sailing.



Virginia Military Institute, B.A., Chemistry & Biology, 2003

Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., 2010

Virginia Gazette Best of Williamsburg: 2017 Family Law Firm; 2017 Legal Services

Super Lawyers Rising Star – Criminal Defense: 2015, 2016, 2017

National Trial Lawyers Top 100: 2014

American Board of Trial Advocates Award – 2010


Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Board Member: 2014 – Present

Virginia State Bar: 2011 – Present

U.S. Federal Courts: 2011 – Present

Notable Cases:

Commonwealth v. Brian Hicks, Farm Fresh Shooter Case


The Child Witness: Competency to Testify, The Virginia Champion, Winter Issue, 2018

Considerations Regarding Juvenile Competency to Stand Trial, The Virginia Champion, Spring Issue 2018

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