Blog Posts in June, 2019

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  • 4 Things Landlords Need to Know About Virginia Unlawful Detainers
    4 Things Landlords Need to Know About Virginia Unlawful Detainers

    Rental arrangements work well until either Landlord or Tenant fails to honor their respective responsibilities as set forth in the lease agreement and applicable law. A landlord’s counterpart to a ...

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  • 3 Ways to Divide Jointly Owned Property
    3 Ways to Divide Jointly Owned Property

    When multiple parties jointly own real property, disagreements often arise with respect to the sale and division of their interests. Va. Code Ann. § 8.01-83 provides three possible solutions: a ...

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  • How Recent Changes to the VRLTA (and the Common Law) Affects Landlords and Tenants
    How Recent Changes to the VRLTA (and the Common Law) Affects Landlords and Tenants

    Every Virginia landlord or tenant should be aware of the Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act (VRLTA). The VRLTA’s passage and amendments have comprehensively reformed Virginia landlord tenant ...

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  • Custody Laws in Virginia: Relocating to Another State
    Custody Laws in Virginia: Relocating to Another State

    One of our previous blogs describes the procedure required for parents relocating to another state. To summarize, the relocating parent must inform all other parties and the court of their intention ...

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