Blog Posts in February, 2012

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  • Landlords and Tenants in Fairfax County
    Landlords and Tenants in Fairfax County

    If you live in Fairfax County, Virginia, you can report serious violations of the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act or the VRLTA to the Fairfax County Department of Cable and Consumer ...

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  • Virginia Unemployment Benefits Duties for Employers
    Virginia Unemployment Benefits Duties for Employers

    Most employers in Virginia will have to pay unemployment compensation taxes or contribute to the Virginia Unemployment Fund. Who Must Pay According to the Virginia Employment Commission and the ...

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  • Exceptions to the Doctrine of Employment at Will
    Exceptions to the Doctrine of Employment at Will

    If you have been following my blog (thank you!), you may know by now that Virginia is an employment at will jurisdiction. This means that your employer can fire you the moment you start working for ...

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  • Can Your Employer Fire You Without Notice or Cause?
    Can Your Employer Fire You Without Notice or Cause?

    Because of the economic recession, finding a job can be difficult, and keeping one can be very difficult. At-Will Employment Virginia is an employment at will state. This means that your employer can ...

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  • Spousal Support in Virginia
    Spousal Support in Virginia

    Understanding how spousal support works is an important part of the divorce process. Alimony and Spousal Support In Virginia, courts refer to alimony as “spousal support.” Spousal Support/Alimony for ...

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  • 5 Important FAQs for Virginia Landlords
    5 Important FAQs for Virginia Landlords

    Virginia landlords and tenants may be subject to the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (VRLTA) codified in Chapter 13, Title 55 of the Virginia Code. As a Virginia landlord, you may ...

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