I am not licensed in VA, but in other jurisdictions you may send the interrogatories straight to the attorneys office. If you send it certified return receipt requested, you will get proof back when the attorney receives it that way you down the line you are forced to compel answers to interroatories you will have proof as to when they were received. Hope this helps.
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You need to send the Interrogatories to the Defendant's attorney. You can send them via fax, mail or hand delivery. You then need to file a notice in the clerk's office that you issued the discovery. The defendant must answer within 21 days. He gets 1 additional day if you serve via fax and 3 additional days if you serve via mail.
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