grandparents custody in Virginia
Grandparents’ Custody in Virginia It is becoming increasingly common that grandparents and great-grandparents are raising their grandchildren for a number of reasons, whether the parent is unable to care for the child, the parent has passed away or the parent has abandoned the child; Whatever, the reason may be, grandparents find themselves in another season of raising children whether voluntarily or out of necessity.  Often grandparents may wonder if they have any rights or if
Family Law, Uncategorized
civil litigation terms, breach of contract
Legal terms can often look like a foreign language. Understanding the terminology when you are involved in a civil case can make the process a lot less stressful and help keep you better informed as the case progresses. Here are some of the most common terms used in a civil case. Arbitration – Agreeing to let a third party look at your case. This person is selected by both sides and is called an arbitrator.
Civil Litigation
5 Easy Tips for New Virginia Small Businesses Owning your own business is not an easy task. There is so much to do, so much to learn, and so little time; with that in mind, I put together a few simple tips and resources to help you get started with building your dream! 1) Develop a Strategy & Plan of Attack Define your objectives and goals; then develop a strategy and plan of attack to
Have you ever signed a contract without fully understanding it? Does all the legalese begin running together? Better yet, have you ever signed a contract without even reading it?       Well if your answer is yes, you are not alone; I am sure most of us are guilty of doing this at some point. Most people come into contact with some type of contract on a regular basis.  It could be a contract
Forming a Virginia Limited Liability Company (LLC) in 5 Steps 1. Select a Name for your Limited Liability Company (LLC) The first thing you need to do to start the process to formally set up a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is to pick a name. The name must be distinguishable from other business entity names, either active (excluding general partnerships), designated, registered, or reserved for use by another business entity in the Virginia State Corporation