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February 18, 2016 Davis Law Group

Home buying and selling season is almost upon us. And along with the excitement of buying and selling a home comes the stress of signing contracts and attending closings. Having a good real

January 15, 2016 Davis Law Group

When it comes to law firms, bigger is not always better. The definition of a “small” law firm can change depending on the location and type of practice, but according to the American

December 31, 2015 Davis Law Group

The New Year is upon us and you may be contemplating a resolution for 2016. Resolutions are generally about making our life better, getting healthier, saving money or reaching a goal. One of

December 1, 2015 Davis Law Group

Davis Law Group is excited to announce that John McCormick has received an appointment to the City of Chesapeake’s Planning Commission. On September 5, 2015, William Small resigned from his position on the

August 12, 2015 Davis Law Group

Consider this: in your daily life you probably have more than a handful of professionals you call upon for certain situations you just can’t handle on your own. You probably don’t cut your

March 26, 2015 Davis Law Group

Determining whether a trust account is right for you depends on your situation and what you plan to do with the money that will be put into the trust. Trusts can provide excellent

March 11, 2015 Davis Law Group

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

January 9, 2013 Davis Law Group

I previously posted a two part series entitled “The Transfer of Title and Sale of Real Estate after Death” which can be found here: PART I and PART II.  This has proven to be

October 16, 2012 Davis Law Group

As many people already know, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli agreed to the $25 billion joint federal-state settlement for victims of foreclosure abuses and fraud.  You can read the February 9, 2012 press

September 11, 2012 Davis Law Group

[dropcap4 variation="red"]E[/dropcap4]ffective July 1, 2012, Virginia agency law was revised to require written brokerage agreements between licensees (Realtors®) and their clients (buyers or sellers) when a brokerage relationship is established.  The major revision