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Informative Blog Postings Regarding Virginia Civil Law Matters


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5/15/2017
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7 Steps To More Effective Cybersecurity

Experienced lawyer Kellam Parks from Parks Zeigler offers 7 steps that individuals can take to better protect themselves from cybersecurity threats.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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5/5/2017
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Cybersecurity Protection For Small Business

Cybersecurity has a become a major concern in recent years and 2017 shows no signs of letting up. This blog offers economical ways to protect your data.

Category: General

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2/14/2017
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It's Valentine's Day! Watch Out For On-line Dating Scams

Scammers often target dating apps to take advantage of vulnerable users. This blog discusses their methods and how to protect yourself.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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12/29/2016
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Is saving passwords on your internet browser safe?

This blog talks about the security risks associated with saving your passwords on your internet browser.

Category: General

12/26/2016
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Mobile Banking Apps: Convenience Comes With Increased Risk

Depositing checks using your mobile banking app can increase the risk of identity theft if not done properly.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

12/8/2016
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Another Day, Another Data Breach

A data breach at the Department of Housing and Urban Development affects 600,000 residents in North Dakota.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

11/17/2016
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"I’m Dead? Really?" Credit Reporting Agency Errors

What happens if your credit agency thinks your dead? Our new blog discusses how credit report errors can disrupt your life, and what you can do to fix it.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

10/27/2016
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Product Liability For Distracted Driving

Apple has a patent on technology that can stop texting while driving, should they be liable for traffic accidents resulting from texting and driving?

Category: Personal Injury

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10/27/2016
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Protecting Your Child From Identity Theft

The theft of a child's identity often goes unrecognized until they are old enough to get a credit card, but here is a way they can be protected while underage.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

10/22/2016
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The IRS And Its Trouble With Tax Fraud

The IRS has failed to notify victims of tax fraud or identity theft dating back to 2011. Why did this go on for so long and what has been done to fix it?

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

10/15/2016
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Why did a Judge deny grandmother's visitation rights?

A local Virginia Court recently denied a grandmother visitation rights when her daughter, the child’s mother, did not want visitation to occur.

Category: Family Law

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10/1/2016
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Your Cell Phone Is Not The Only Distraction From Driving

Every year, 421,000 accidents are caused by distracted driving, and distractions can come from a variety of places - not just cell phones.

Category: Personal Injury

9/16/2016
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Mayim Bialik Opens Up About Her Life After Divorce

Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik offers candid and personal advice on co-parenting after divorce that focuses on the importance of family.

Category: General

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9/15/2016
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Get To Know The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects the rights of military servicemembers' in cases of divorce, mortgage or rent disputes, taxes, and credit debt.

Category: General

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9/15/2016
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Rising Identity Theft In The Workplace

Workplace identity theft is on the rise. Not only should you protect yourself from outside threats, but also watch out for employees and employers.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

9/2/2016
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Why Do Prenuptial Agreements Have Such A Bad Reputation?

Prenuptial agreements are not necessarily a bad thing. There are a number of ways they can help spouses avoid needless difficulty in the case of a divorce.

Category: General

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9/2/2016
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Fault and No-Fault Divorce in Virginia

This blog discusses the differences between fault and no-fault divorces in Virginia. Knowing the difference can help you make informed and strategic decisions.

Category: Family Law

6/16/2016
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Healthcare Industry Breaches

Security breaches in medical/healthcare industries are increasing. Learn what you can do to help protect personal information from thieves.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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3/9/2016
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Virginia Accidents and Insurance Coverage

Experienced Virginia Beach attorney discusses injury claims and why having the proper amount of insurance is critical to you.

Category: Personal Injury

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10/12/2015
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Fixing errors on your credit reports caused by ID theft

Disputing errors & fraud on your Experian, Trans Union and/or Equifax reports is a difficult process. Our attorneys can make sure it's done properly.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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6/8/2015
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Data Breaches and Your Information

Virginia Beach attorney talks about the recent Federal data breaches and your security.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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5/1/2015
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Tips for business owners.

Experienced Virginia Beach Attorney Brandon Zeigler discusses important business strategies and addresses legal concerns.

Category: General

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3/18/2015
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Summary of Social Media Posts from March 2015

Summary of Attorney Kellam T. Parks' Social Media Posts concerning Credit Report Disputes, ID Theft/Fraud, Divorce (including Military) and Personal Injury

Category: General

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2/18/2015
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Scam Alert--Sheriff's department threatening arrest.

Virginia Beach Attorney Kellam Parks discusses recently reported scam involving false threats and green dot cards.

Category: Credit Reporting Disputes

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2/12/2015
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Summary of Social Media Posts from February 2015

Summary of Attorney Kellam T. Parks' Social Media Posts concerning Credit Report Disputes, ID Theft/Fraud, Divorce (including Military) and Personal Injury

Category: General

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