We help people and businesses recover from job loss and business troubles, divorce, the death of a loved one, and everything in between.
We pride ourselves on using plain language to inform and empower our clients as they walk through the bankruptcy system with us by their side every step of the way.
We’ll help you understand the types of different bankruptcy filings and decide which is best for you.
Dunlap Law PLC represents individuals and small businesses in bankruptcy cases throughout the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia and the District of Maryland.
We understand all sides because we have experience representing both debtors and creditors in consumer and business bankruptcy matters. That experience means we know the best way to help you.
Dunlap Law is a woman-owned, forward-thinking law firm. Our core mission is to educate and empower clients. Through our Learning Communities, we are expanding access to legal counsel for “unlawyered” micro- and small business and will soon launch value-priced services through a subscription plan model.
We provide free resources and a streamlined client experience with our client portal, making it easy for clients to securely upload and access documents, book appointments, and pay their bill. We constantly evolve to meet our client’s needs and innovate delivery of legal counsel.
Marijuana Stores in Virginia The number of Americans free to enjoy recreational cannabis is growing. In April, Virginia became the sixteenth state to legalize non-medical marijuana use for adults. At Dunlap Law, our phones have been buzzing with inquiries from business owners about what this change means for them. Here are the answers to some
With so many changes coming to businesses this year, an important question to ask is “What is Virginia’s minimum wage?” On May 1, 2021, Virginia’s minimum wage increased from $7.25 to
~5 minute read Reviewing the Small Business Reorganization Act and Subchapter V Bankruptcy As of April 19, 2021, the Small Business Reorganization Act and Subchapter V, the new bankruptcy option for small businesses, has been in effect for 14 months, and like a human toddler, it’s walking, talking, and changing. So even though I’ve posted before about