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Your Health Insurance & Car Accident Cases

Do I have to pay my health insurance back if I recover money from a car accident case? The general rule in Virginia is “NO”; although, in many other states you are required to do so. The exceptions to this rule in Virginia include, but are not limited to: Workers’ Compensation payments; Medicare; Medicaid; ERISA Read More

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General Bankruptcy Information

Is Bankruptcy Right for Me? You can’t keep up with your bills, and now you’re facing wage garnishment.  What should you do?  The following provides basic information about bankruptcy.  Please contact us if you believe bankruptcy may be an option.  The consultation is free. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BANKRUPTCY? The Bankruptcy Code provides for Read More

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Do I Qualify for an Expungement?

Expungement Attorney | Charlottesville, Virginia Andre Hakes – Criminal Defense Attorney Contact us today for an Initial Consultation – It’s the first step to protecting yourself. Criminal records are the gift that keeps on giving.    In Virginia, when you are charged with a crime, even a misdemeanor, the information about that charge is entered into the Virginia Criminal Read More

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Must Report Taxable Earnings To Benefit From SSD │ Attorney Mary Ann Barnes

If my earnings are “under the table”, I’m self-employed or I work for my spouse, will I still be able to receive Social Security Disability benefits if needed? In order to accumulate earnings for Social Security Retirement benefits and Social Security Disability benefits, you must report taxable earnings.  If you are self- employed, must pay Read More

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VAR Contract & HOA Restrictions │ Attorney William D. Tucker, III

Tucker’s Tips  Tip 17-2016: VAR Contract and HOA Restrictions Tucker’s Tip 16-2016 discussed that in some situations where there is “no HOA,” there still may be a set of restrictions and covenants that limit the Purchaser’s use of the property. If a recorded set of CCRs or other type of restrictions governs property not in Read More

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No HOA – Double Check │ Attorney William D. Tucker, III

Tip 16-2016: NO HOA – Double Check! The VAR Contract, in Paragraph 23, “The Property Owners Association Disclosure”, indicates whether or not the property being purchased is within a Home Owners Association (HOA). However, just because the “Is Not Located” box is checked does not necessarily mean the property is free from a set of Read More

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The No Financing Affidavit │ Attorney William D. Tucker, III

Tucker’s Tips The No Financing Affidavit Assuming the Seller has no outstanding loans on the Property being sold (Deeds of Trust, HELOCS, Equity Lines), the Purchaser’s title company, while doing the title search, will find there is no mortgage on the property. The title company will accordingly request that the Seller sign a “No Financing Read More

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William D. Tucker, III │ Last Minute Changes on the CD

Tucker’s Tips  Tip 13-2016:  TRID – Last Minute Changes on the CD Here is another example of why it’s important to stay flexible during the closing process now dictated by TRID regulations. Although lenders theoretically have to tell the Purchaser how much money is needed for the closing well in advance of the actual settlement, Read More

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William D. Tucker, III │Choose Your Own Settlement Agent

Tip 12-2016:  Choose Your Own Settlement Agent Never choose the settlement agent selected by the REO bank as the seller. That settlement agent’s primary relationship is with the REO bank. Tucker’s Tips encounters time and again how using the REO selling bank’s closing agent causes needless issues and delays for a settlement.  For example, we Read More

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Basics of Virginia Personal Injury

You may have a personal injury claim if someone caused an accident in which you were injured. These cases can be complex and lengthy, and the laws surrounding them confusing. A personal injury lawyer in Virginia can help you understand your rights. Where to File The appropriate venue for your suit depends on the value Read More

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