July 29, 2013

Navigating Co-parenting during a Pandemic

Navigating Co-parenting during a Pandemic

As any parent who shares custody of their children will agree, co-parenting involves territory that is often full of gray areas with relatively unclear answers. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic only exasperated this reality and has given parents and family law practitioners alike new terrain to navigate.   Throughout the […]

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Updates to Virginia Criminal & Traffic Laws 2020

Updates to Virginia Criminal & Traffic Laws 2020

More than 1,200 bills cleared the legislature, and were signed by Gov. Ralph Northam, with most taking effect Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Some of the most notable updates affecting criminal and traffic laws include, but are not limited to: Driver’s License Suspensions: Drivers will no longer have their licenses suspended […]

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Early Release from Prison in Virginia

Early Release from Prison in Virginia

Virginia Passes Law to Release People from Prison: Conditions and Exceptions Apply In response to COVID-19, Virginia passed a law allowing the release of people in custody of the Department of Corrections (DOC). While this budget amendment does allow for the release of additional people from DOC during the pandemic, […]

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Motions to Reconsider

Motions to Reconsider

Motions to Reconsider The Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security, through Secretary Brian Moran, has encouraged prosecutors and judges to reconsider sentences for those incarcerated in local and regional jails. To this end, the attorneys at the Irving Law Firm, P.C., have been working to serve the community by […]

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Divorce during the Pandemic

Divorce during the Pandemic

What You Need to Know About Getting Divorced During the Coronavirus Pandemic  The COVID-19 Outbreak has disrupted much of life as we used to know it … plans are now being put on hold … things that we used to do without thought now require a great deal of consideration.  […]

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