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Relocation & Your Estate Plan

Moving to a new state means it’s time to revisit your estate plan. Consider how some of the issues below affect your estate plan as you prepare for your move.

What if We Want to Get Married Outside the U.S.?

If you choose to marry outside of the United States, you and your alien spouse still have immigration options based on your newly formed family relationship.

Who is a Guardian Ad Litem and How do they Affect my Custody Case?

Essentially, a guardian ad litem is a court-appointed attorney who represents the interests of a minor in legal battles, such as custody or divorce cases.

Trademark Class 43: Restaurant and Hotel Services

Class 43 includes all names and marks relating to accommodation and food services, from hotels to bars.

An Updated Guide to Virginia’s Marijuana Laws for 2018

Virginia’s laws on marijuana use have changed a lot recently. Make sure you’re up to date by reading this overview to the code as it stands in 2018.

What are the Penalties for a First Offense DUI in Virginia?

Virginia punishes DUI as a Class 1 misdemeanor and imposes several penalties such as fines, jail time, license suspension, and alcohol safety classes.

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Podcast & Live Video

Our lawyers are active online and on social media. Check out our weekly Facebook Live program (and podcast), Law Talk with Tingen & Williams, where we answer your legal questions.

Legal Knowledge Base

Tingen & Williams is committed to creating excellent content so that you can find answers to important legal questions. Via the knowledge base, we help more than 300,000 site visitors annually.
Comercial en la Radio 1320 la Selecta

Nuestro primer comercial en Español.

5 Steps to a Successful Virginia Divorce

Divorce in Virginia can be complicated for everyone involved. Consider the 5 steps listed below to help you have a successful Virginia divorce.

Waiving the Joint Filing Requirement for Form I-751

Both the U.S. citizen and Permanent Resident spouse are required to file form I-751 with USCIS, but as with all rules there are exceptions.

Trademark Class 2: Paints

This article covers class 2 of the international trademark classes. Class 2 includes paints, varnished, lacquers, and more.

I Visas for Representatives of Foreign Media

Representatives of foreign media cannot travel to the U.S. without an appropriate visa. For many reporters, the I visa fits their needs perfectly.

What English Vocabulary Do I Need to Know to Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam?

This exam is designed to test your ability to read and write the English language, and it’s important that you’re prepared for, and do well on, the exam.

Trademark Class 4: Fuels, Oils, and Illuminants

Class 4 includes both liquid fuels, such as gasoline and alcohols, and solid fuels, such as coal.

Can I Mail Prescription Drugs in Virginia?

Mailing prescriptions can break both Virginian and federal laws, and can result in heavy fines and jail time.

What Happens if Someone Fakes Having a Military Background?

The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 makes it illegal to impersonate a member of the military for any form of material personal gain, such as money or housing.

Protective Orders in Virginia: The Ultimate Guide

Protective Orders in Virginia are intended to stop and prevent crimes against victims.

Everything You Need to Know About the EB-5 Visa

The EB-5 is a conditional visa that requires a significant investment with a U.S.-based business, usually made through an accredited regional center.

What are the Differences Between Trademarks, Patents, and Copyrights?

Trademarks, patents, and copyrights are all related types of intellectual property. However, they are viewed very differently in the eyes of business law.

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