In the Media: Attorney Gregory Wade Discusses an Upcoming Influx in Bankruptcies in Bisnow

“When the government stops putting money in, you are going to have a cascade of bankruptcies, both commercial and consumer.” Bankruptcy attorney Gregory Wade shares his expertise in Bisnow. Read the full article below:

U.S. retailers and restaurants are finally starting to welcome customers again around the U.S., ending months of little to no income. But the future may still be grim and experts believe some may immediately call it quits after seeing the reality of operating in the wake of the

Super Lawyers 2020: Partners Recognized in Virginia, Washington D.C.

As this difficult time continues, we remain ready to serve your legal needs. This year’s Super Lawyers name Partners Carolyn Grimes, Foster Friedman and Gretchyn Meinken as 2020 Super Lawyers. Partners Jessica Leischner and Rebecca Wade are named 2020 Rising Stars. 

This is the 14th consecutive year Ms. Grimes is honored as a Super Lawyer, Ms. Meinken is recognized for the second year after having been recognized as a Rising Star

Understanding Divorce and Bankruptcy During COVID-19 Webinar

Beyond serious health concerns, COVID-19 is dramatically impacting every aspect of life – from marriage to finances. After so much forced togetherness, many ask if it’s possible to file for divorce while the courts are closed. Those who are already divorced or separated face unique challenges, like trying to afford child support after a sudden job loss. Single, married or apart, growing financial woes have many considering bankruptcy. 

Family law attorney Carolyn Grimes and bankruptcy attorney

Landlords: How to Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought an economic downturn. Renters are losing their jobs and landlords are being forced to make tough choices. “This situation is exacerbated by the fact the courts are currently closed,” says Attorney Rebecca Wade. “There is a long backlog and it is hard to get into court to evict anyone.” Landlords are feeling the pressure from not receiving the rental income because they also have mortgage obligations to lenders and other financial commitments. Wade offers

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Divorce and Spousal Separation

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On top of divorce stress, coronavirus is leading to additional challenges for couples who are separated or looking to file for a divorce. Stay-at-home orders are forcing separated couples to live under the same roof. Spouses who already decided on a divorce

Coronavirus y Su Impacto en Declarando Bancarotta

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Muchas personas están sintiendo el impacto financiero de la pandemia de coronavirus porque les cortaron las horas en el trabajo o los despidieron. La abogada de bancarrota Xue Connelly analiza cómo navegar estos tiempos inciertos. Connelly explica cómo la bancarrota puede ser una buena forma de obtener alivio financiero.

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Coronavirus and Its Impact on Filing for Bankruptcy

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Many people are feeling the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic—having work hours cut or being laid off. Bankruptcy attorney Xue Connelly weighs in on how to navigate these uncertain times. Connelly explains how bankruptcy can be a good way to attain financial relief.

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