Attorney Sachin Kori is a long time native of Northern Virginia, being raised in Clifton, Virginia. He received his Bachelor's degree from James Madison University and received his Juris Doctorate from The University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee. While in law school, Sachin volunteered pro bono time with the Legal Aid of East Tennessee where he assisted clients who could not afford legal representation with their cases. Additionally, Sachin was heavily involved in his law school's chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity through which he hosted several school events. The signature event was the annual Judge's reception, a networking event for students, attorneys, and judges where a Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court was the guest of honor.
In practice, Sachin primarily handles Family Law matters and all areas that fall under family law, including divorce, property distribution, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, retirement orders, and name changes. He also helps clients with their estate planning needs, inclusive of preparing their Wills, drafting Trust documents, and preparing powers of attorney and living wills. He further assists many clients in establishing their small businesses and managing any business needs that their small business may require. Finally, he is experienced in drafting and reviewing commercial leases and handling any contractual disputes.
In practice, Sachin is focused on the big picture in his cases. He strives to ensure that his clients are well informed throughout their case to make the important decisions that their case may require. His focus is both on what his clients need while going through their divorce as well as ensuring his clients understand what their life will look like after divorce. Sachin maintains a level head throughout a client's representation and focuses on what his client's end goals are for their whole case.
Sachin lives with his wife near Herndon with his many pet birds. In his free time, he and his wife enjoy cultural activities, traveling, museums, attending shows at Wolf Trap, finding good wood-fired pizza, and visiting various wineries and breweries with friends and family.