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Alimony in Virginia

    In evaluating any request made for spousal support, the Court considers the factors set forth in Virginia Code Section 20-107.1(E).  They are:
    1.    The obligations, needs, and financial resources of the parties, including, but not limited to, income from all pension, profit sharing, or …

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Can you record phone calls in Maryland?

Maryland is a two party consent state, which means that both parties to the phone call must agree that it can be recorded. If not, or if the call is secretly recorded, the recording is inadmissible under Maryland law. Even worse, the person recording the call…

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Can you record phone calls in Maryland?

Maryland is a two party consent state, which means that both parties to the phone call must agree that it can be recorded. If not, or if the call is secretly recorded, the recording is inadmissible under Maryland law. Even worse, the person recording the call…

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Resources for "sharing economy" employees

In IR-2017-121, the IRS provides helpful tips for adjusting withholding amounts from paychecks. Ideally, taxpayers should have an amount withheld so that their tax liability or refund is as close to zero as possible.  The following is adapted from IR-2017-121 (available at IRS.gov):

"The IRS offer…

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