In April, 2019, Tim Aiken was named Special Commissioner of Accounts for Prince William County. Judge Steven S. Smith appointed Tim Special Commissioner by Order of the Prince William County Circuit Court on April 22, 2019.
Compton & Duling’s Family Law Partner Maryse Allen has been elected to the Virginia State Bar Council for the 31st Judicial District for her second three year term. The Bar Council helps to govern the Virginia State Bar. We are proud of Maryse’s continued leadership in our legal community!
Compton & Duling’s is proud to announce that Cassandra Sheehan has been nominated as a Super Lawyers “Rising Star”! The Rising Stars list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state. Congrats to Cassandra for this nomination!
Join Heather Steele and Lauren Lucian as they teach a class at the upcoming Prince William Neighborhood Services’ Neighborhood Conference on March 24, 2018! The Conference is an all-day event with multiple seminars regarding neighborhood issues and community association law. Heather and Lauren will be teaching a 12-1 PM segment regarding the importance of committees […]
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Woodbridge, VA — Compton & Duling will be having a Book Launch Event on the evening of May 10, 2018 at CenterFuse in Manassas, Virginia to celebrate the publication of Litigation Partner Heather Steele’s new book, Elected, Now What? A Handbook for Virginia HOA/Condo Board Members. Heather will be available for discussion, a brief reading, […]
A recent article in Virginia Lawyers Weekly described the Guardian ad Litem system as broken. While the system isn’t perfect, Guardians ad Litem and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) play a critical role in our cases. A Guardian ad Litem (or GAL) is a court-appointed attorney whose job is to represent the interests of someone […]
By Donna Kutchma For reasons unknown it seemed like 2017 was a bit harsh and if you were caught in its tangled web it was difficult to find the words to describe it. The only analogy I could find was to say that it felt like wearing an itchy wool sweater in August. Make that […]
Welcome to 2018! Does your Association have a plan for the new year? As you start to take down the holiday decorations, now is a great time to sketch out your community association’s plan for this year. Here are a few things to think about adding to your schedule….. (1) Do you have a full […]