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    Your Fairfax County Local Law Firm Explains Legislative Changes

    Wow, it’s nearly ⅓ of the way through 2020: where has the time gone? Did you know that some major state laws took effect last July that have lasting and impacting changes for all Virginians? Your local law firm in Fairfax County is always here to help make sense of these changes and to answer any questions you may have about them.  We’ll talk about these here so that you know that you’re …Read More

  2. Honoring Our Veterans by Helping Them

    It's hard to express enough gratitude for those who put their lives on the line for all of us in defense of freedom. The heart of a veteran reflects the soul and bravery of America.  But along with their great courage on the battlefields of war too often they return home with physical and emotional scars that require healing and help. If you are a veteran, have a loved one or acquaintance who is…Read More

  3. Should I Plead Guilty or Not Guilty?

    Pleading guilty or no contest to a criminal charge is an option whether or not you really believe that you are guilty. Everyone who has spent much time in criminal court knows that most criminal defendants plead guilty. Sometimes defendants who are really innocent of the charges against them decide to plead guilty because they have been offered a deal that substantially reduces the likely penalty …Read More