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- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
- Civil Rights
- Employment Law
- Criminal Law
- Health Care Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 3rd Circuit
- 4th Circuit
- Federal Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- English: Spoken, Written
- Viirgnia Hearing Officer (Administrative Law Judge)
- University of Richmond School of Law
- J.D. (1986)
- Gordon College
- B.A. (1983) | Economics-Business
Websites & Blogs
- Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, PC - Firm Website
- Personal Injury Law Firm - Virginia
- Legal Commentary - Virginia
46 Questions Answered
- Q. Is our notarized marital agreement still valid even if my husband crossed out his signature after completing it?
- A: If he signed before a notary but never delivered the proposed agreement to you then the acceptance of the offer may not be complete. Not "signed, sealed and delivered.". Otherwise, if there was a meeting of the minds supported by consideration then you probably have an enforceable agreement as Wayne E Holcomb, Esq stated, the "form" is not important. A contract may be written on toilet paper for that matter.
- Q. My husband abandoned me won't tell me where he is and I only have his email address. How can I get support money?
- A: You should contact an attorney, and file a petition for support. Attorneys should be able to locate your husband to get him before the court.
- Q. If my tenant breaks lease, can I keep the security deposit?
- A: You should consult an attorney. The contract and/or the Virginia Landlord Tennant Act should be referenced. https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacodepopularnames/virginia-residential-landlord-and-tenant-act/. You should consider § 55-248.15:1. Security deposits if the act applies.
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