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Our firm is committed to making the legal process as easy and accessible as possible for all of our clients. For this reason, we’ve written over 600 articles on the Virginia Code and federal law.









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Virginia Bicycle Laws

Whether you are a cyclist, motorist, or a pedestrian, knowing the Virginia bicycle laws could help to keep yourself – and those around you – safe.

How to File for a Protective Order in Virginia

In Virginia, filing for a protective order is actually pretty easy. Even better, the application itself is totally and entirely free.

Out of State Property in Virginia Wills

Owning out of state property is a complex detail in your estate plan. However, a little bit of legal help goes a long way in protecting your assets.

What is an Engagement Visa?

The United States Engagement Visa is known as the K-1 Fiancé Visa.

DUIs, Breathalyzer Testing, and Mandatory Minimums

Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI) is a crime in the state of Virginia. Because it encompasses a wide variety of circumstances, Virginia DUI law can get pretty complicated very quickly.

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