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Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney   Who needs a Power of Attorney?  You do!  Everyone needs to designate someone who can act on their behalf should accident or illness occur.  Most of us think POAs are designed only for older adults who

Posted in Attorney Blog, Estate Planning

Equitable Tax Relief

A favorite story over the years about life-saving assistance to one of our bankruptcy clients is the topic for today. Mary (not her real name), who was about 45 years old, inherited a substantial sum of money from her mother,

Posted in Attorney Blog, Bankruptcy, Taxation

Owe Taxes? We Can Help!

Do you owe taxes to the IRS or Virginia Department of Taxation? If so, you have multiple options to avoid a tax levy against your employer or bank account. But you must act quickly! Contact us now for a complimentary consultation

Posted in Taxation

Facing Foreclosure?

  If you received a notice of a scheduled foreclosure sale, we can save your home. But we must act before and not after the foreclosure date. Otherwise, it is almost always too late. To schedule a free consultation to

Posted in Foreclosure

Protect Your Personal Assets

If you or someone you know operates a business as a sole proprietor, he or she is unwisely running the business with nearly all personal assets at risk. We can help you reorganize to an entity that will provide much greater

Posted in Business/Corporate

Denied Social Security Benefits?

Have you or a friend or relative been denied social security disability benefits? If so, you have only 60 days from the date of the denial to appeal. To appeal effectively, you need an attorney to present your case. And

Posted in Attorney Blog, Social Security

Congratulations Andrea Day

Mark presenting a plaque to Andrea as a token of his appreciation for her fifteen years of service.

Posted in Attorney Blog

Newly Married? New Child?

Newly married? New parent? How many hours did you plan preparing for your wedding or the birth of your child? It only takes a second for tragedy to strike, leaving your spouse or child devastated if you were to die

Posted in Estate Planning

Tax Problems?

If the IRS has filed a tax lien or levied against your employer or bank account, all is not lost! You have options, but you need to act quickly. Let us show you how!  

Posted in Taxation