The Virginia Poverty Law Center is proud to announce the Statewide Senior Legal Helpline is live and running!
This is a toll-free line offering legal assistance and advice for Virginians aged 60 or over. Topics covered by the Senior Legal...
The Virginia State Bar Special Committee on Access to Legal Services is pleased to offer access to a recording of the free public information webinar "What to Do When You Can't Afford an Attorney" held on November 29, 2016. (One must register in order to...
Most courts do not allow you to bring a cell phone or other electronic device into the building. Plan ahead. If you have a specific question or need, contact your local court before you arrive at courthouse security.
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