NC State Fans Rush Court After Beating #1 Duke – ACC Must See Moment

1/12/13: Wolfpack fans storm the court after defeating #1 and previously unbeaten Duke 84-76. Subscribe to the ACCDN: Follow the ACCDN on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is a collegiate athletic league in the United States. Founded in 1953 in Greensboro, North Carolina, the ACC sanctions competition in twenty-five sports in Division I of the NCAA for its twelve member universities: Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, Duke Blue Devils, Florida State Seminoles, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Maryland Terrapins, Miami Hurricanes, North Carolina Tarheels, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Virginia Cavaliers, Virginia Tech Hokies, and Wake Forest Demon Deacons. In 2011, the conference announced it was adding Syracuse and Pittsburgh to expand to fourteen members beginning in the 2013 academic year. In 2012, the ACC announced it would add Notre Dame in all sports but football and hockey.
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How do I go about petitioning court in the state of Virginia to become an “authorized representative”??

Question by GOT2BREAL: How do I go about petitioning court in the state of Virginia to become an “authorized representative”??
My mother passed away about 6 months ago. She left no will. We can’t seem to come to agreement about her home she left behind. There are 6 siblings. Four have agreed to sell the home. The other 2 have not. How do I go about petitioning court to put home up for sale. Also, my four siblings want me to be the person who wil handle everything. Do I need to ask to be the authorized representative?

Should I take notarized statements to court stating it is ok for me to represent those that are willing to sign. I can’t afford a lawyer and appreciate your response. The other two will not be in agreement, but cannot afford to buy home or buy us out.

Thanks for your reply, Again, I live in Virginia.

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Answer by Spock (rhp)
please accept my condolences on the death of your mother. I am well aware that six months later is emotionally far too soon to be handling the sale of her house.

the Probate or similar court in the county where she lived in Virgina is the place. If you are a Virginia resident, I believe that you may petition the court to be appointed Executor [or whatever Virginia calls this person].

Since there is no Will, state law will control how her assets must be divided. That law [google will find it, the key words are “intestate” together with “Virginia law”] very probably requires that the assets be equally divided among the surviving children [assuming her husband is already deceased].

Since this can not be done without selling the house, the Executor will have the power to sell the house no matter what some portion of the heirs wish [unless all of the heirs were in agreement] in order to divide the proceeds.

Unfortunately, since the heirs are apparently not in agreement, you can look forward to a great deal of squabbling, name calling, hurt feelings, and egotistical behavior — all directed at the Executor who is doing what the law requires but this particular individual believes should be done differently anyway.


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Appeals Court in Virginia to Hear Health Care Law Challenges

Shannon Bream is live from the federal courthouse in Richmond, Virginia where opponents of the president’s health care law are arguing their case in front of three judges. The argument is that Congress has gone too far in passing the health care law and mandating that people buy health insurance. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says “They are ordering you into commerce. They are compelling you to buy a product. That has never happened before in the history of this country.” For more from the Fox News Insider, check out
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I need a Virginia lawyer to work on an automobile insurance claim case where I was never summons to court?

Question by Scetz: I need a Virginia lawyer to work on an automobile insurance claim case where I was never summons to court?
If anyone can help me or knows who I should contact, please contact me asap. I have to return to court on January 4th and need a lawyer prior to then. Thanks in advance!

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Answer by Dorc
Well, if you’re really serious about this and many other legal services that you’ll need in your life. For example: if you’ve been treated unfairly, you might want to have a lawyer to represent you to find the justice that you want. Lawyers charge a lot out there but you want justice, don’t you? If you really serious about this, then take your time to carefully watch this video
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Virginia General District Court – Legal Representation, are lawyers allowed to come to court?

Question by Looking at an Infiniti: Virginia General District Court – Legal Representation, are lawyers allowed to come to court?

I’m currently working with a lawyer on a case for an amount of $ 15,000. However, I would prefer to be able to hold a hearing without any lawyers. Is this possible? From what I hear it is possible for Small Claims Court but the amount is limited to $ 5,000.

If lawyers are permitted in Virginia General District Court, how often do plaintiffs choose to not hire a lawyer and represent themselves?

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Answer by RCPD Expl. Captain Beckner
Yes lawyers are allowed in the state of Virginia, they are even allowed in Civil court, there is not limit to where a clients lawyer is able to come to a hearing. (I live in Virginia)

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Virginia Supreme Court Approves Bonds For Regent University.(Brief Article): An article from: Church & State Reviews

Virginia Supreme Court Approves Bonds For Regent University.(Brief Article): An article from: Church & State

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Title: Virginia Supreme Court Approves Bonds For Regent University.(Brief Article)
Publication: Church & State (Refereed)
Date: December 1, 2000
Publisher: Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Volume: 53 Issue: 11 Page: 16

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