Law Blog

Tracking Legislation

Once you elect your representatives it may seem like a herculean task to follow what they are doing and how they are voting. Two websites will help you quickly catch up on issues important to you. To track your federal representatives try the website Government Track Us. At this site you will find a wealth of information about what is happening in Congress right now. You can also have e-mail alerts sent to your e-mail account. You can narrow your alerts to your specific representatives or specific issues.

Consumer Information

Automobile Recalls
Check out this site for up to date information on automobile recalls.

Product Recalls
For this latest information on product recalls, safety information and to report an unsafe product, visit this site.

Basic Legal Research

The purpose of this tutorial is to guide a person beginning legal research on Virginia law. After completing this course you will have a basic understanding of the legal research process.

To begin, you must define your legal question. Consider whether state, federal or local law governs your legal issue. Once you have defined your legal problem, you may want to begin by using a legal research guide to better understand the process and the resources available for you.

Bankruptcy Resources

Get more information about bankruptcy from these helpful Web sites.

Filing Bankruptcy Without An Attorney
This site provides information on the bankruptcy procedure for individuals filing without an attorney.

Bankruptcy Forms
Official Bankruptcy Forms can be found here.

Divorce Resources

Divorce touches so many families in the Central Rappahannock Region. But there is help! There are many resources available to assist people contemplating or confronting the sad reality of divorce. Here are a few suggestions:

I. Some Good Books