The obligation to provide child support in Virginia is purely statutory and uniquely based upon the gross income of the parents. Any income from any source is included in Virginia’s calculation of “gross income.” However, cash flow is not commensurate with income. Therefore, whether a state for federal income tax refund should be included […]
The Virginia Dept. of Labor & Industry has adopted (effective July 27, 2020) new requirements for businesses in the Commonwealth as a result of COVID-19. These requirements start with each business evaluating their employees’ risk levels and then administering the requirements based upon those risk levels. For more information, contact Jason Hickman at either 703-565-5137 […]
COMPTON & DULING, LC is pleased to announce that effective July 1, 2020, Margaret “Meg” Turlington will become President of the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys Association (VWAA). The VWAA is a state-wide organization which seeks to assist women attorneys in developing their professional practice and to affect changes in law and […]
Do you have to close your business if someone is sick? Jason Hickman of Compton & Duling LC answers questions on how to deal with #COVID19 in the workplace.
Pursuant to Executive Order 63, Compton & Duling, LC is required to mandate that all clients and visitors to our offices have face-coverings, unless the client or visitor has a medical condition that excepts them from this requirement. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you and stay safe.
Compton & Duling, LC is committed to serving its clients. To this end, we remain open, however, we are heeding the recommendations of the CDC and others. Therefore, we are recommending clients consider teleconferencing and video-conferencing for meetings. These can be scheduled through our office–(703) 583-6060. Please stay safe. Thank you.
Compton & Duling is pleased to announce that Tim Aiken will be presenting a CLE, along with The Prince William County Bar Association, for attorneys to be trained in preparing documents for the Bar’s Wills for Veterans Program. Thank you Tim and thank you PWCBA. See the attached flyer for more details.
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.