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When Buying a Medigap Policy, It Really Pays to Shop Around

Medigap policies that supplement Medicare’s basic coverage can cost vastly different amounts, depending on the company selling the policy, according to a new study. The findings highlight the importance of…

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23 Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers Virginia Lists

23 ThompsonMcMullan attorneys were selected to the annual Super Lawyers Virginia lists. 15 were named as Super Lawyers in specific areas of law, and 8 were selected to the Virginia…

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Long Term Care Ombudsman’s Conference

Elder Law attorney Paul Izzo has been selected by the Virginia state Ombudsman, Joanie Latimer, to present at a conference in Richmond titled “Bridging the Gaps and Navigating the Sticking…

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John O’Herron to Present at 2023 VBA Appellate Summit

The 2023 Appellate Summit hosted by the Virginia Bar Association is scheduled for September 28th and attorney John O’Herron is speaking on a panel at the “Hybrid Program” session. Offering…

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Virginia CLE Advanced Elder Law Seminar

Shawn Majette will speak at the Virginia CLE Advanced Elder Law Seminar on September 12, 2019.

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Estate Planning for a Vacation Home

If you are lucky enough to own a vacation home- then you need to figure out what will happen to it after you are gone. Many parents hope to keep…

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Have you applied for your adoption tax credit yet?

It’s tax time again, and if you are an adoptive parent, there is a credit out there that you should be aware of – the adoption tax credit.  Generally, you…

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Termination Upon Return From Protected Leave

A federal appeals court recently found that an employer’s decision to terminate an employee the day she returned from maternity leave was not discriminatory.  During her leave, the employer discovered…

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Can Social Security Benefits Be Garnished to Pay Debts?

If you don’t pay your debts- creditors can get a court order to garnish your wages- but what if your income comes from Social Security? The answer is that it…

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Proving Age Discrimination Is Difficult

As baby boomers continue to work past retirement age- age discrimination lawsuits are becoming more common. Two out of three workers between ages 45 and 74 say they have seen…