202102.08
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Permanent COVID-19 Workplace Safety and Health Standards Put in Place by Governor Northam

Governor Northam recently approved of permanent workplace safety and health standards to remain effective throughout the pandemic beginning January 27, 2021. The governor said, “While the end of this pandemic is finally in sight, the virus is still spreading, including several highly contagious variants, and now is not the time to let up on preventative measures”. The newly approved…

202101.20
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Expungements 101: What Is It and What’s It to You?

I’m going to school you on what an expungement is because I frequently receive calls at my office, emails from the general public, or inquiries through my website contact form submission asking if I can help them clear or erase (“expunge”) a criminal charge. People often don’t know exactly what this means or how it…

202101.06
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – Are You Eligible?

No one looks into filing for bankruptcy unless you’re financially cornered and looking toward a place where you’re not at the end of your ropes. If you started to research or look into filing for bankruptcy, good for you. All the negativity and bad stigma associated with filing for bankruptcy is unnecessary. You’re in a…

202012.23
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Justice Forward Update: Fairfax General District Court’s New Plan

Remember last month’s post, where I mentioned Justice Forward? While its progress isn’t advancing as quickly as most would like, there have been milestones through the group’s hard work. One of them is a recent plan of action by the Fairfax General District Court to promote equal justice under the law.  Equal justice will never happen unless those…

202012.22
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Removal of Circuit Court Judges Portraits from Courtrooms? WHY?

In a recent opinion letter written by Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Bernhard, the Fairfax County Circuit Court is receiving a lot of attention lately and this time it’s not because of the county’s top prosecutor, Steve Descano, and his unorthodox ways of representing citizens of the county. It’s because an individual who is awaiting his constitutional right to…

202012.16
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“20/20” Reflection of My Law Practice

This year marked my 10th year as an attorney. I started off handling traffic and criminal defense cases then progressed into personal injury where I successfully obtained fair compensation for my clients. Most recently, about two years ago, I began my bankruptcy practice with the aid and guidance from my friend and colleague, John Bevis….

202012.15
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COVID-19 Updates: What Now?

COVID-19 has devastated our country during this past year. Since March, the total death count due to this virus has now reached 300,000. Not acknowledging this number is a punch in the gut to the many families that have experienced loss. We have had thousands dying every single day the past several weeks as we…