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    The Greater Williamsburg area is an exciting place to live and work, especially because of the large number of entrepreneurs who have built businesses from the ground up. These entrepreneurs have taken their passion and made it their profession. Many of us want to take that step. Before you begin, you need to think of the type of business entity you want to form. Our attorneys have extensive business experience, from small one-person companies to publicly traded major corporations. Our attorneys are among the leaders in Virginia in the representation of Common Interest Communities. These communities are generally referred to as "homeowners associations," or "HOAs," and "condominium associations." In the greater Williamsburg area alone, we provide legal assistance to nearly 100 associations. Our attorneys have successfully prosecuted and defended a wide array of civil disputes involving community association covenant enforcement, commercial transactions, construction disputes, contracts, real estate matters, boundary line and easement disputes, employment matters, antitrust litigation, copyright violations, administrative proceedings, and estate issues. Real Estate law encompasses a wide variety of matters, and our attorneys have vast experience to assist you. Whether you need assistance with a commercial or residential closing, or you have questions relating to residential or commercial leasing, we provide experienced advice and counsel to our clients. Zoning law can be a complicated maze of statutes and ordinances. We have ample experience in successful applications for rezoning, variance, and special use permit requests. Finally, commercial and residential construction provide special challenges with respect to financing issues and the construction process. We serve as counsel to various financial institutions.

Tarley Robinson May 2011 Newsletter

August 30, 2011 on 8:30 am | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Check out our May newsletter highlighting our blog article entitled “HOAS, ADA, AND FHA: REGULATING “SERVICE OR ASSISTANCE ANIMALS” and our article entitled WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE A BUY-SELL AGREEMENT WITH YOUR BUSINESS PARTNERS.  Also you’ll find our invitation to the 2011 Virginia Leadership Retreat held at The Homestead.

Tarley Robinson May 2011 Newsletter

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We’re Moving to New Town!

August 30, 2011 on 8:30 am | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments


 

Today we are doing our final packing to prepare for tomorrow’s move to 4808 Courthouse Street, Suite 102 in Williamsburg. Our new office is located in New Town, conveniently located across the street from The Corner Pocket, and just down the street from the Williamsburg/James City County Courthouse. You can see our new office in the above photo that shows the signage from the previous occupant of our new space, Bank of America.

Although there is a little trepidation about moving on April Fools’ Day, everybody is excited about our new location. We appreciate all the relationships that have enabled us to contribute to this community and to do what we love doing, helping others.

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Seminar: Deed Restrictions

August 26, 2011 on 7:55 pm | In Common Interest Community, General Interest, HOA, Susan B. Tarley, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Susan B. Tarley will be presenting Deed Restrictions for the Advanced ABC’s course for the Central Virginia Chapter of CAI.  This is the third and most advanced track of CAI’s Homeowner Education Curriculum.  Date:  November 13, 2010 from 8;30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  at Brandermill Clubhouse in Midlothian. Two other components are being presented – Building Community and insurance Matters.  Contact CVC-CAI Executive Director, Stacey Drayer at sdrayer_cvccai@verizon.net or 804-739-7655 to register. We’ll post an outline of the presentation.

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We’re featured in the Virginia Gazette

August 23, 2011 on 5:00 am | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Virginia Gazette has a new feature called Ask A Pro. We’re going to be providing regular commentary and answering questions so click here and join the action!

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The Tarley Robinson sign is going up today!

June 1, 2011 on 9:15 am | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

 

Big day today as the guys from Signarama are here to put up our sign and logo. Clients and friends have been wandering around New Town looking for us, now there is no excuse! Thanks to Greg Robinson at OneWaveMedia for an excellent job on our logo.

Check out more photos as we post them on our Facebook page.

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Tarley Robinson April 2011 Newsletter

April 7, 2011 on 8:45 am | In General Interest, HOA, HOA litigation, John Tarley, Merger & Acquisition, Neal J. Robinson, Real Estate Litigation, Susan B. Tarley, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Check out our April 2011 Newsletter that includes the details of our new location! We completed our move to New Town and have unpacked “most” of the boxes. Our blogging output has been a bit light the past couple of weeks as we prepared to move, but we’ll be back at it next week!

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2 Minute Drill Daily for 2011-02-10

February 10, 2011 on 3:55 pm | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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2 Minute Drill for 2011-02-09

February 9, 2011 on 3:55 pm | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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Twitter Updates for 2011-02-08

February 8, 2011 on 9:55 pm | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

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December 2010 Newsletter

December 9, 2010 on 3:03 pm | In General Interest, Weekly Tweets | No Comments

Tarley Robinson December Newsletter

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Many HOAs have board members who are also attorneys. Attorney board members can provide valuable input as board members but have to be careful not to provide legal advice. The attorney board member’s experience and training help with identifying legal issues, framing those issues for the board, and presenting the questions with clarity to the HOA’s counsel. The attorney board member’s legal experience likewise aids attorney board members in helping the board understand the import and implications of legal advice received, and in the board’s adoption and implementation of appropriate actions in light of that counsel.

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