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Assailant Or Perpetrator The person or persons who committed the crime.
Assessment (child Abuse) A process by which the CPS agency determines whether the child or other persons involved in the report of alleged maltreatment is in need of services.
Assets Cash, property and investments along with anything else that may be of value to an individual or business.
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Bennett & Zydron, P.C.
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Mr. Bennett is recognized as an expert in traumatic brain damage litigation, nursing home malpractice, and wrongful death cases. Mr. Bennett was co-counsel in the largest mild-traumatic brain injury verdict, $10.2 million, ever awarded in Norfolk Circuit Court. Mr. Bennett specializes in mild brain damage cases, but also handles moderate and severe cases. He has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for traumatic brain injury survivors, and other cases involving seriou
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M. Richard Epps, P.C.
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I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond in 1969 and my law degree from that University's T. C. Williams School of Law in 1973.  I served as an editor of theUniversity of Richmond Law Review.  I have been engaged in the practice of law since 1973.  For the past 15 years my practice has been devoted primarily to our firm's present primary areas of practice.  I am a member of the Virginia Bar Association (Bankruptcy and Real Property Sections), the Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar
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Kellam, Pickrell, Cox & Tayloe A Professional Corporation
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Trusts Wills and Estate

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Commercial Real Estate Purchases & Sales

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Practice Areas Business Law Construction Law Real Estate Estate Planning and Probate Law General Civil Litigation   University  Virginia Military Institute, B.A., 1964   Law School University of Virginia, LL.B., 1969   Admitted 1969, Virginia   Memberships  Virginia Beach (President, 1983) and American Bar Associations; Virginia State Bar.   Biography Phi Alpha Delta. (Resident at Virginia Beach Office)   ISLN 908145537
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Pender & Coward A Professional Corporation
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Phi Delta Phi. Deputy City Attorney, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1973-1985. Former-Vice-Chairman: Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals, 1990-1995; Virginia Beach Planning Commission.
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Pender & Coward A Professional Corporation
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There are stringent requirements for opening Health savings accounts (HSAs). An individual must be enrolled in a “qualified” HDHP to enroll in an HSA. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has placed rules and guidelines for HDHPs to be qualified. The HDHP must meet the following requirements: as of 2009, the IRS defines an HDHP as a health plan with a minimum yearly deductible of $1,150 for an individual and $2,300 for a family; and the annual maximum out-of-pocket expense cannot exceed $5,800 for an individual and $11,600 for a family.
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An Archer medical savings account (MSA) is similar to an HSA in that it must be paired with an HDHP. An MSA is a tax-exempt trust or custodial account that is set up with a U.S. financial institution in which money is saved exclusively for future medical expenses. There are many similarities between MSAs and HSAs. Interest or other earnings generated by the assets of the MSAs and HSAs are tax free, the unused contributions are rolled over from year to year, and the accounts are portable, staying with the employee even if he or she changes employers or leaves the work force.
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Health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs), or health reimbursement accounts, are not as flexible as Health savings accounts (HSAs). Only the employer is allowed to fund an HRA; the employee cannot contribute any pretax dollars to the account. This is in contrast to HSAs, which allow both the employer and the employee to contribute to the account. The funds in an HRA may only be used for medical expenses and cannot be invested. In both types of plans, any unused funds roll over from year to year without incurring a loss. An HRA has an advantage over an HSA in that the enrollee does not need to be covered under an HDHP or any other health care plan to participate
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