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Now Showing: WMM LEGAL Offers Real Estate Closings

We are proud to announce that effective immediately, Winslow, McCurry & MacCormac, PLLC is offering real estate closings as a legal service in the greater Chesterfield region and we invite you to … [Read more...]

Felonies in Virginia

Virginia categorizes crimes as either misdemeanors or felonies. Misdemeanors are less serious charges and thus carry less severe sentences, which typically means little or no jail time and lower … [Read more...]

Why a Will Matters to your Survivors: Security

There is a common belief that "I don't need a will" or "it doesn't do anything the law doesn't already do".  As estate attorneys, we see the issues that arise when someone passes and a will has not … [Read more...]

How the Courts Determine Pendente Lite Spousal Support in Virginia

When a husband and wife separate, it is sometimes necessary for one spouse to pay the other spouse alimony or spousal support. In Virginia, there are two general types of spousal support: pendente … [Read more...]

Assault and Battery Charges in Virginia

Assault and battery is a very common charge in Virginia, but it is also one of the most misunderstood crimes in the Code.  It is classified as a Class 1 Misdemeanor, meaning that trial will take place … [Read more...]

Claiming Future Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Case

Suffering a personal injury often leads to more damages than just the physical damage that you sustain from the accident itself.  Injury often also results in damage to your relationships, your … [Read more...]

Virginia Education Law: When is something reasonably calculated for virtual?

In person, hybrid, and virtual. The education landscape is currently a labyrinthine minefield that would even put Theseus to shame. One constant in this ever shifting landscape is that special … [Read more...]

Where Can I Get Divorced?

In order for any court to hear any case, that court must have jurisdiction over both the parties and the subject matter of that case. Virginia, like many states, has a special jurisdictional … [Read more...]

Virginia Special Session Legislative Update: Two sweeping changes to criminal law in the Commonwealth

This past week, the General Assembly wrapped up the special session that began in August. This special session focused on police reform and responses to the COVID 19 crisis. The General Assembly made … [Read more...]

Best Interests of The Child: A Ten Factor Journey, Factor Three

Any custody or visitation litigation involving a child in the Commonwealth of Virginia will include at some point a consideration of Virginia Code § 20-124.3- a list of ten factors  that the court … [Read more...]