Our Top 20 Articles of 2020

Last year (2020) was quite a year and, like most people, I am glad to see it go! Those who read our newsletter or follow our blog know that we covered a lot of ground during this challenging year. COVID-19 uprooted many areas of … [Read more...]

Happy New Year From The Farr Law Firm!

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Paycheck Protection Program Round 2: What You Should Know

Good news for small businesses—another stimulus package has been approved! The new package provides $900 billion in coronavirus relief and stimulus. Its provisions include an extension of last spring’s Paycheck Protection Program … [Read more...]

Happy Holidays from the Farr Law Firm

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The One Promise You Can’t Always Keep

When couples fall in love and get married with vows including “in sickness and in health,” they often pledge many things to one another. Certain promises seem completely reasonable when you are young and healthy, but sometimes … [Read more...]

2020 Year-End Planning and Charitable Giving — Take Advantage of Tax Law Changes

Q. We are in the last quarter of 2020, thankfully, and my wife and I are considering our year-end planning and charitable giving. My understanding is that some of the tax laws have changed that will affect our 2020 taxes, … [Read more...]

Will Your Stimulus Check Affect Medicaid Eligibility?

Last month, many of us received stimulus checks in the mail. In fact, according to USA Today, 88% of Americans aged 18 and older were eligible for them. The check distribution started after the government passed the $2 trillion … [Read more...]

Why Long-Term Care Planning is Even More Important During a Pandemic (Part 2 of a 3-part Series)

Suzanne is a family caregiver for her 75-year-old mother who has dementia and for her two young children. She is most concerned about her mother, who has a weakened immune system, and her infant son, being only 2 months old. With … [Read more...]

When Healthcare is Not Accessible

Q. I grew up in Northern Virginia and still live here with my wife and two children. Five years ago, my parents sold their home and moved to a more rural part of the state to get away from the traffic and congestion. My mother … [Read more...]

A Major Shift in Autism Research

Q. My son, Tyler, has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). He is verbal but he prefers to be alone and he avoids social situations whenever he can. My neighbor’s son, Christopher, who is also on the spectrum, is completely non-verbal … [Read more...]

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