How do I evict a tenant?

June 12, 2012 by admin  

The procedures for evicting a tenant are spelled out in the Virginia Code and must be followed precisely. They involve providing written notice of the reason for the eviction and allowing the tenant a certain amount of time to correct the problem or vacate the premises. How much time the tenant is given depends on [...]

Expungement In Virginia

August 27, 2011 by admin  

What is an expungement? An expungement is the clearing of all court and police records relating to an arrest and charges of crimes for which you were ultimately exonerated. The records will literally be wiped from the computer databases, as if they never existed. What will an expungement do for me? An expungment allows you [...]

Traffic Defense

May 31, 2011 by admin  

Do I really need a lawyer for a Reckless Driving charge? Unlike a speeding ticket, reckless driving is a criminal offense. Most reckless driving charges are based on speeding more than twenty miles per hour over the limit. While some people view this as no more serious than a routine speeding ticket, reckless driving by [...]

Personal Injury

March 21, 2011 by admin  

What do I have to prove to win my case? If your case goes to trial you will have to prove that your injuries were caused by the negligence of someone else and that, as a result of your injuries, you suffered some monetary losses, such as lost wages and medical bills, or nonmonetary damage, [...]

Employment Law

March 21, 2011 by admin  

Is my employer subject to wage and hour laws? If an employer has gross receipts in excess of five hundred thousand dollars per year, it is subject to Federal wage and hour laws under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Smaller “mom-and-pop” type companies are not subject to FLSA. Virginia also has the Virginia Minimum [...]