In Virginia, support animals are considered a “reasonable accommodation” when it comes to housing laws. However, these pets must meet certain requirements.
Every year on July 1st, all of the new laws from the previous General Assembly session go into effect. This year, these laws largely focused on traffic crimes.
Our attorneys will take a personal role in your case in order to make sure you receive the best possible defense. That’s the Tingen & Williams difference.
As outlined in the Virginia Code, you may only break your lease in very specific circumstances such as military deployment or in the case of domestic abuse.
Landlords must follow all the proper procedures when evicting tenants in Virginia. This includes providing notice of the eviction.
The Air Carrier Access Act of 1986 allows people to travel with their service or emotional support animal, provided they follow certain rules.
In Virginia, your landlord can only withhold your security deposit in very limited and specific cases. The requirements are outlined in the Virginia Code.
Virginia’s Freedom of Information act allows residents to request public information from government bodies, as well as attend certain government meetings.
The differences between service animals and an emotional support animals center on the intersection between the animal’s training and the owner’s needs.
A glossary of terms and vocabulary pertaining to estate planning. Knowing the meanings behind legalese can help you understand your estate planning options.