Virginia Laws Now Available for Free and Easy Research at

Legal Web site announces free and easy public access to the full text of the Virginia laws: The Code of Virginia.
Jan. 19, 2010 - PRLog -- Lawyers, consumers and businesses that need easy access to Virginia laws can now find them at, a free Web site. Users can quickly access the information they need in a number of ways:
•   browse the table of contents of the Virginia laws
•   search the Virginia laws for specific words or phrases
•   search for a specific section number, or
•   browse by topic, such as “Credit Counseling”, “Buying or Selling a Home” or “Trusts”

Users will find the text of the Virginia laws, and can also read and attach comments on the text, read articles written by attorneys related to the subject of the law, and post questions and get answers in a related discussion forum. And, they can find lawyers in their area with experience on the topic.

"Users don't need a law degree to get legal information from LawServer because it's so easy to use," said founder and CEO Steven Daily.  For more information and to browse the Virginia Code, go to

In addition to the Virginia laws, LawServer also provides access to the full text of the  U.S. Code, the U.S. Code of federal Regulations (CFR), and other state codes, including those of California, Florida, Illinois, New York, and Texas.

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LawServer is a legal Web site created to help consumers and small businesses find the legal information they need. The free site covers over 200 topics of interest, such as bankruptcy, credit cards, foreclosure, adoption, divorce, estate planning, incorporation and employment laws. Details on each state’s laws are shown on interactive U.S. maps. More information about LawServer and its legal research tools is available at

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