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Articles & Outlines

McCandlish Lillard regularly shares legal knowledge discussing legal developments and issues affecting our clients.

John Farrell has over 30 years of experience before county supervisors, planning commissions and boards of zoning appeals in matters of real estate development, land use and environmental regulation, including rezoning, site plan and wetlands approvals.

How to Sell an Existing Commercial Condo Project

An article by John W. Farrell, published in the Spring 2019 issue of The Fee Simple, the journal of the Real Estate Section of the Virginia Bar.

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Spousal Support Guideline Changes

This memorandum addresses the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on spousal support guidelines in Virginia, which has yet to officially address changes brought by the Act. It then presents recommendations for going forward in Virginia.

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Elizabeth Gray

Washingtonian’s Guide to Retirement Living in the DC-Area

Elder Law attorney Elizabeth Gray was interviewed for the Washingtonian’s Guide to Retirement Living in the DC-Area.

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Online and Software Programs to Facilitate Parenting Time Arrangements, Support Obligations, and Payments

To help family law attorneys, and related professionals such as parenting coaches and child development specialists in the mental health and therapy fields, to make more informed suggestions to our clients and patients, this article assembles an extensive list of these programs and software.

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Nuts & Bolts of Income Tax for Individuals with Disabilities and Their Families

Elizabeth L. Gray’s article on tax considerations for individuals with disabilities and their families has been published on The Arc.

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America is RAPIDLY Aging

America is RAPIDLY Aging. Might you need the services of an Elder Law attorney? What is Elder Law and what do Elder Law attorneys do?

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Doug Sanderson is a legal counselor and attorney in McCandlish Lillard's Fairfax office focusing on Family Law, Real Estate, and Business Transactions.

The Legal Implications of Obergefell v. Hodges

Same-sex couples now can proactively plan in order to take advantage of many of these newly-confirmed spousal rights.

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Will Walsh practices in the areas of business law, information technology, real estate, and health care, with significant experience representing clients in the hospitality industry.

Legal Issues in Software as a Service (SaaS) Agreements

Will Walsh recently made a presentation on legal issues surrounding Software as a Service (SaaS) Agreements to the spring 2015 cohort of the mach37 program at the Center for Innovative Technology.

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