Important notice regarding COVID-19: For the health and safety of our clients and team members and in accordance with Virginia Executive Order 63, face masks or protective face coverings are required for all visitors upon entry to the DLG office. For your safety and protection, all DLG team members will also be wearing face coverings.
DLG is also requiring all employees and patrons who enter the DLG office to undergo a non-invasive temperature screening prior to entering the DLG building. Individuals who decline to undergo temperature screening or register a temperature of 99.6 or above will not be permitted to enter the building. We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic worsens, Davis Law Group is doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our employees and surrounding communities while also delivering business continuity for our referral sources and clients.
We have made plans to continue operating our business normally, which means our staff will be available to you during normal business hours without interruption. We have been taking precautions by increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our high-touch areas and implements, while following best practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).
We want to remind you that you and your clients can utilize our online resources and schedule telephone or other online video conferences if you prefer not to travel to our offices, or to have us travel to yours.
We have contingency plans in place that are designed to prevent any disruptions in service including remote capabilities for our employees.
While we understand this is an unpredictable situation our focus will remain on your safety and that of our clients, employees and our community. We will continue to provide updates here and on our other social media platforms. We are very grateful for your relationship with us and thank you for your continued loyalty and support.
Estate Planning & Elder Law –
The Family Legacy Process©
Our Estate and Trust practice area is based on the understanding that most people want to ensure what they have built during their lifetime will be efficiently transferred to those they designate without interference, unnecessary taxes, court costs, or litigation.
Representing a client involved in business disputes, contract disputes, real estate cases, including mediation, arbitration, or civil litigation in court, is a big responsibility — one we don’t take lightly.
Corporate & Business
We represent our business clients by taking a personal interest in them and in their endeavors. Our approach requires building strong relationships with business owners, executives, their companies and even their families.
At Davis Law Group we understand that buying and selling real estate can be one of the most stressful events our clients will ever experience. Hampton Roads is a growing community with an ever-changing real estate market.
Probate & Trust Administration
Losing a loved one is difficult. The prospect of handling the estate at such a time is often overwhelming. Our sensitive and caring teams helps grieving families navigate the complex and often confusing process of administrating an estate or handling probate.
Family Law & Collaborative Practice
We have extensive experience in representing individuals who find themselves in the middle of broken relationships, and we are effective advocates when the time comes to protect their interests.
Few relationships impact our daily lives as much as the relationships we have at our workplaces. At Davis Law Group, we are proud of our ability to offer solutions to the complexities that arise in the employer-employee relationship.
Church Law & Non-Profits
Church and non-profit law requires a special understanding of the issues and challenges that face non-profit and religious institutions. We have extensive experience working with churches, church administrators, religious groups and non-profit organizations.
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Employment Law Update For Employers
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