Our Virginia Legislators are poised to streamline the ease of obtaining a divorce where the defendant party is served with the divorce complaint and fails to file an answer or otherwise appear.  Both houses of the General Assembly have passed bills to make it a little easier and faster to obtain a... Continue reading »
Well, life outside of law is heating up. Tom Turbeville's son, Thomas, a senior at Lafayette High School, has just won the Regional High School Championship held in New Kent this past weekend. Wrestling at 182 he won his all-Bay Rivers final 13-0 over Grafton’s Caleb Harris. Awesome performance as... Continue reading »
Finding insurance coverage in major accident cases is of the upmost importance. Too often, we have serious injuries and not enough insurance coverage to adequately pay for the injuries caused and the damages done. It takes an experienced attorney and a "no stones unturned" attitude to find all of th... Continue reading »
Straight talk is an attribute of our firm. One of The Williamsburg Lawyers, Tom Turbeville, was recently asked to represent the wife of a Magistrate. The client and her husband were being sued by a prisoner who claimed that the Magistrate had failed to take certain statutory factors into account in ... Continue reading »
Delegate David Albo (R) has introduced House Bill 84 which sets forth a rebuttable presumption favoring joint physical custody in cases where a no fault divorce is granted. The Bill would add language to the Va. Code section 20-124.2 that would state: In any action in which a decree for divorce i... Continue reading »