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What Should You Consider When Starting A Business In Virginia?

Our office is frequently contacted by entrepreneurs across various industries seeking advice on starting a business in Virginia. While there are …

Answered by Faisal Moghul

How do I get or keep my fair share in my Virginia divorce?

Getting divorced is never fun, but it can be even more stressful if you are concerned about the fairness of the division of assets. You’ve …

Answered by Joseph A. Sanzone

After a car accident in Virginia, I need to get my car fixed for full value and quickly, and get full compensation for my injuries. How can a lawyer help me?

Within a few days or weeks of an accident, you need to take care of the property damage caused by the accident in a way that doesn’t mean you …

Answered by Joseph A. Sanzone

What Should A Tenant Know Before Leasing Commercial Property In Virginia?

When preparing to acquire a commercial property, either by lease or purchase, the principal of “caveat emptor” should be at the forefront …

Answered by Faisal Moghul

How do I evict a tenant in Virginia?

There is a very specific process that landlords must follow to evict tenants who have breached their leasing contracts in Virginia. As a landlord, …

Answered by Faisal Moghul

What can I do if a real estate seller lies or conceals a property defect in Virginia?

Purchasing a home may be one of the biggest investments of your life, if not the biggest. It can be devastating when you purchase a home and …

Answered by Faisal Moghul

Are Noncompete Agreements Enforceable in Virginia?

Many companies routinely ask their employees to sign noncompete agreements. While this is an acceptable practice in Virginia, there are rules around …

Answered by James E. Autry

Can I Sue My Business Partner in Virginia?

A solid business partnership requires trust and watching out for shared interests. When it’s going smoothly, a great partnership makes …

Answered by Jordan S. Jackson

How does divorce impact my business or business assets in Virginia?

Businesses and professional practices, including their assets, may be considered part of the marital estate in Virginia whether or not they are …

Answered by Julie Hottle Day

I just received a letter from a lawyer who told me that her client is considering suing my company in Virginia and that I must put a “litigation hold” on our records. What does that mean?

If you receive notice that you or your company may have evidence that might be relevant in a lawsuit against you, you must take reasonable steps to …

Answered by Mark E. Sharp

What is the deadline for a state or federal habeas petition in Virginia?

Calculating habeas petition deadlines is a tricky business and trips up many lawyers who do not regularly handle habeas petitions. There are …

Answered by Jonathan P. Sheldon

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