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Visitation not barred by adoption (access required)

When a child was adopted by his paternal aunt, the rights of his maternal aunts to visitation were not cut off, a Roanoke city circuit judge has ruled in a matter of apparent first impression. Under Virginia law, adoption normally ...

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Bankers attack mandatory IOLTA (access required)

The Virginia banking industry has attacked the Virginia State Bar’s controversial proposal for mandatory IOLTA. Last week, the Virginia Bankers Association filed a brief in opposition to amendments to the rules of court approved by the Virginia State Bar Council. ...

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