During your separation and divorce, or your child custody and support dispute, Evolution is all those things for you – an experienced divorce lawyer who is right beside you as you walk through what can sometimes be a long and overwhelming process.

Chris Macturk

Founding Attorney

An accomplished Richmond divorce and family lawyer, Chris Macturk wanted to change how he priced his services in a way that offered a closer, transparent, and unfettered working relationship with his clients. Often hearing complaints about the uncertainties and anxieties presented by hourly billing, he decided to change his business model and open a firm offering Pre-Agreed Pricing. Evolution was born.

Chris has guided hundreds of individuals through separations, divorces and disputes over children and support. A Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), Chris is also past President of both the Henrico County Bar Association and the Metro Richmond Family Law Bar Association. He is an active member of the Domestic Relations Section of the Virginia Bar Association and the City of Richmond Bar Association, having recently served as the chairperson of its Pro Bono Committee. Chris has also participated in many seminars and written a number of articles about family law.

Chris met his wife, Cynthia, while they both attended the University of Richmond. They have three sons and spend much of their time at Tuckahoe Little League – Go, Go Tuckahoe!

  • Metro Richmond Family Law Bar Association, President (2012-2013)
  • Henrico County Bar Association, President (2008-2009)
  • Virginia Bar Association, Domestic Relations Section, Council Member (2015-Current)
  • City of Richmond Bar Association, Pro Bono Committee Chair (2016)
  • Collaborative Professionals of Richmond, Member
  • Virginia Collaborative Professionals, Member
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Member
  • City of Richmond Bar Association, Pro Bono Committee Member
  • Henrico County Bar Association, Past Pro Bono Coordinator
  • City of Richmond Bench Bar Committee, Past Member

Rebecca Zimmerman

Associate Attorney

Educate. Build trust. Move forward.

It’s a clear and simple approach that Rebecca Zimmerman takes to serving divorce and family law clients as they face often challenging roads ahead. “It’s important for me to listen, understand each person’s circumstances, and provide them with options so they can move forward in a positive direction,” she says. “My goal is to make sure you feel at ease and to help you make a decision as to where you want to go next.”

Rebecca joined Evolution in 2019. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where she dual-majored in in English and history. She earned a law degree from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic University Law Review. Prior to law school, Rebecca worked as a litigation paralegal at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington, DC, serving large corporate clients and offering support to attorneys in multi-week trials.

Working in family law has given Rebecca the chance to positively impact people’s daily, personal lives. During law school, she completed internships at Children’s Law Center, the Columbus Community Legal Services Families and the Law Clinic (FALC), and in the Arlington County Circuit Court judge’s chambers. Rebecca dedicated more than 300 hours to pro bono legal projects, including providing free tax-preparation services for indigent D.C. residents. She is a recipient of the Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference’s Significant Service Award, recognizing attorneys who have demonstrated outstanding service to the legal profession and community.

A Hanover County native, Rebecca, her husband, young son, and two dogs moved back to the Richmond area in 2018 after a decade in D.C. and Northern Virginia. There, she practiced family law at Nichols Zauzig Sandler, following a judicial clerkship in the Prince William County Circuit Court with the Hon. Richard B. Potter (ret.). “Moving back to the Richmond area has been a wonderful opportunity to re-discover the city from a new perspective as a parent and as an adult,” Rebecca says.

“I will always do my very best to help clients negotiate an agreement to resolve issues outside of court when it makes sense for their situation. This allows clients to have a say in the ultimate resolution of their case without the stress, anxiety and added cost that often accompanies litigation. I also encourage clients – and really, anyone going through difficult family struggles — to ensure they have a support system in place: Friends. Family members. A therapist. I’m here to educate you, give you legal guidance and chart a path forward. But having a support system is also essential to getting you through.”

  • Professionals Associations and Memberships
  • Virginia State Bar, Family Law Section
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Family Law Section
  • Virginia Bar Association
  • Metropolitan Richmond Women’s Bar Association
  • Prince William County Bar Association, Past Member
  • Fairfax County Bar Association, Past Member
  • Virginia Women Attorneys Association, Prince William County, Past Member

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