Virginia Landlord Tenant Lawyers
Mr. Dunn also focuses his practice on counseling and litigation involving business torts, creditor’s rights, traffic defense, constitutional law and commercial landlord/tenant issues. He regularly appears in state and federal courts and in front of private arbitrators, mediators and administrative agencies.
Mr. Dunn is licensed to practice...
Virginia Landlord Tenant Attorney with 12 years experience
Prior to opening her solo law practice, Ms. Crego volunteered as a pro bono attorney with the Legal Aid Justice Center and Legal Services of Northern Virginia (and she continues to assist in pro bono matters for these organizations), assisting with bankruptcy, housing, and family law matters. From 2011 to...
Ms. Fine has extensive practice drafting business contracts, including buy-sell agreements, employment agreements and non-competition agreements, and, balancing that experience, she reviews and litigates contracts drafted by other attorneys.
Her Wills, Trusts and Estates practice involves planning, drafting estate documents and probate litigation.
Her equine practice is an...
Richmond, VA 23221
Appalachian School of Law
Lexington, VA 24450
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