Announcing a brand new title from Virginia CLE®: Virginia Law and Practice: A Handbook for Attorneys
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A Guide to the Rules of Evidence in Virginia
The definitive source on Virginia evidence law. Relied upon by judges and attorneys alike, this compact, spiral-bound handbook includes the text of each Rule, followed by notes concisely summarizing its interpretation and application by Virginia’s courts. Special Offer on Upcoming 2014-2015 Edition.
Manual for Commissioners of Accounts
The highly popular Manual for Commissioners of Accounts is an indispensable part of any law practice involving probate estates, guardians and conservators, administration of trusts, or foreclosure under a deed of trust. The 2014 edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect revised Title 64.2. Its coverage has been expanded and includes a new chapter on hearings before Commissioners.
Adoption Procedures and Forms: A Guide for Virginia Lawyers
This book furnishes both general practitioners and experienced family law attorneys with a step-by-step practical guide to the successful completion of each type of adoption procedure. It also gives give the practitioner the “heads-up” when an adoption proceeding may be beyond the scope of a novice and when more experienced adoption counsel should be consulted./p>