Category Archives: Attorney




What Is No-Fault Divorce?

In Virginia, there are two variations on no-fault divorce. First is if the parties live separate and apart for 12 months or more; either party may then file for a…

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What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

  In Virginia, a guardian ad litem (hereinafter "GAL") is a licensed attorney who is appointed by the court to represent the best interest of the child. They are typically…

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Why Charge for an Initial Consultation?

While some law offices forego charging an initial consultation fee to potential clients, Mahoney Richmond Thurston Richmond, PLLC (MR&T Law) charges for an initial meeting between a potential client and…

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Millennial on the Move: Nicole M. Thurston

Nicole M. Thurston 32, Attorney at Mahoney Richmond Thurston, PLLC, Virginia Beach Contributions to the business community: Hampton Roads Pride, Board of Directors 2015–2017, Member since 2014; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation…

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Know the facts about advance medical directives

If you live in Virginia and have an advance medical directive, it may not fully address your end-of-life wishes. A typical advance medical directive outlines whether you want life-prolonging treatment…

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