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Some people think that estate issues after you die are unavoidable.Still others think that they’ll be long gone, so what does it matter if there’s a plan in place? The truth is, there are ways to plan ahead and create an...
Call me old-school, but it seems to me that legal services, such as estate planning, should involve a personalized continuing relationship, not a single disconnected transaction. Estates, and their planning, can change over the course of someone’s lives as assets are obtained, properties are sold, marriages end or begin, and children...Read more
Sooner or later, every church deals with the purchase or sale of real estate. As you might expect, this process is a little different than buying or selling a home. Much of this difference results from the way the First Amendment and Virginia’s tradition of religious liberty shapes courts’ interactions with churches.Read more