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The Unbillable Hour – September 2021 [Sponsored Content]

On the latest episode of the Unbillable Hour, Thomas “Tom” Cleator, Esq., William “Peyton” Akers, Esq., and their Associate Attorney, Deborah “Deb” Goodwin, Esq. are back to offer their legal expertise to answer the local community’s questions, for free!

In this episode they tackle these questions:

Who would you go to if you knew some of the special needs was being fired for my job and you wanted advice?

Does Virginia have laws in place to protect a grandparent’s rights to see their grandchildren?


As a reminder, Akers & Cleator Law Group practice multiple areas of law. They specialize in Family Law (divorce, child/spousal support, and custody & visitation), Criminal Law (traffic, domestic, misdemeanors, and felonies), Personal Injury (auto accidents, premises injuries, wrongful death, and negligence), Civil Litigation (mental health, contracts/breach of contracts, property damage, and more), and Debt Collection (whether you are collecting a debt or have a debt against you).

Akers & Cleator Law Group are here to help!

Go to or call (757) 707-8838 to schedule a consultation.

Have a question of your own? Use the form below to submit your question and it may be featured in an upcoming session.

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