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September 21, 2023 Davis Law Group

Before you can start your nonprofit and begin making an impact, you first have to take important legal steps to ensure your tax-exempt status and other internal decisions are up to your state’s

August 24, 2023 Davis Law Group

The April tax deadline is not the only important fiscal date for small businesses. Many people who own businesses must also make estimated tax payments throughout the year, but your accountant can help

August 17, 2023 Davis Law Group

As an employer in the Commonwealth of Virginia, knowing the difference between a handbook and a policy manual and using them appropriately can create a more transparent and smoothly operating business. But it

August 10, 2023 Davis Law Group

Eviction isn’t as simple as telling a tenant to get out. Tenants have many legal rights and as a landlord in the Commonwealth of Virginia, it’s important to understand the proper process of

December 7, 2022 Davis Law Group

Many entrepreneurs love the challenge of starting a new business and creating everything from scratch. Others like the idea of buying an existing business in order to eliminate the initial legwork of establishing

October 21, 2022 Davis Law Group

A Nonsolicitation Agreement prohibits an employee from soliciting business contacts gained at your company, after they begin working for a new company. Nonsolicitation Agreement vs Noncompete Agreement? Both agreements are types of restrictive

October 6, 2022 Davis Law Group

You spend a significant part of your life building your business, and it becomes a major part of your legacy. But when you die, everything you have built could fall apart if you

July 7, 2022 Davis Law Group

When buying or selling a business there are many issues to consider and ultimately resolve in order to ensure that both parties receive what they have bargained for. Every transaction is unique and

April 29, 2022 Douglas Davis

A hobby is an activity that someone pursues because they enjoy it without any intention of making a profit. A business, on the other hand, is operated to make a profit.   How

November 4, 2021 Douglas Davis

A common misconception is that only wealthy families and people in high-risk professions need to have an asset protection plan. But in reality, anyone can be sued. A car accident, foreclosure, unpaid medical