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Marina is everything you could hope for in a lawyer. She's on top of her game, always punctual and follows through with... more
Alexandria  Marina Medvin

Marina Medvin

Alexandria, VA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Delayed process for my closing because was slow to respond. My lender, seller's lawyer and agents all expressed how... more
Alexandria  Christopher Salvatore Martone

Christopher Martone

Fort Lee, NJ Real Estate
Avvo rating No concern
During a very trying time in my life, Ms. Lozoya was able to help me hnderstand the law, my rights and options with my... more
Alexandria  Robert Matthew Lovein

Robert Lovein

Southlake, TX Business
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Michael Urilla is the BEST lawyer we have ever worked with. His knowledge and quick responsiveness is second to none.
Alexandria  Michael Utilla

Michael Utilla

Brooklyn, NY Securities / Investment Fraud
Avvo rating 6.7
I hired this firm 3 yrs ago the day after I was rear ended. They were quick to respond but downhill after that. I was... more
Alexandria  Ben Frank Abbott

Ben Abbott

Garland, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
Stevan Lieberman is a typical egotistical lawyer. When my small business sought his council at Greenberg & Leiberman,... more
Alexandria  Stevan H Lieberman

Stevan Lieberman

Washington, DC Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 6.8
Robert was very professional, genuine, and sympathetic toward my situation. His ability to communicate effectively,... more
Alexandria  Robert S Reder

Robert Reder

Scottsdale, AZ Litigation
Avvo rating 6.8
I lost my job a 6 months ago and it took 3 months to find new employment. Because of this and my lack of having enough... more
Alexandria  Stephanie Lynn Simmons

Stephanie Simmons

Nashville, TN Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating No concern

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Originally, the city of Alexandria was part of Washington, D.C. The land was part of the region selected to become the nation's capital, a decision that many in Alexandria welcomed.

However, residents soon came to dislike the arrangement. In the face of strong economic pressures, Alexandra was retroceded back to the state of Virginia in 1846.