Have you checked out Virginia Black Lifestyle Magazine? Here's an introduction:

"Virginia Black Lifestyle Magazine (VBLM) is a digital medium created particularly for Black citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia, featuring lifestyle content that celebrates our culture and views on: current events, education, parenting, wanderlust, agape love, politics, business and more. VBLM answers the call for the need to have a platform to: serve the Black Community, magnify our achievements, and amplify our magic."

In addition to exploring the publication generally, I invite you to read the series of "Law Empowerment Principles" articles written by yours truly.

Principle One is waiting for you at this link: 


You can find Principle Two here:


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SNB, PLC, Is Here to Empower You

As the leader of a condominium, cooperative, homeowners' association, or charitable nonprofit, your stakeholders are counting on you.  They expect you to handle disputes, protect the aesthetic and financial integrity of the organization and its property, stay on top of changes in the law, and make plans for the future.  Or perhaps you are negotiating tricky changes in your personal relationships.  What will become of your children and how will you support yourself if your marriage ends?  Do you have plans in place to protect your family when you can no longer be with them?  Wherever life takes you, let The Law Office of Sheyna Nicole Burt, PLC, be there for you.  Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation.  

Community Associations and Coronavirus

Virtually no aspect of life in 2020 has not been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Coronavirus has closed school systems, shuttered businesses, and injected the term "social distancing" into our vernacular.  If you are a member of or resident in a homeowners or condominium association, the pandemic probably has you wondering how your rights, responsibilities, and expectations may change.

From short-term late fee waivers to closing portions of your common areas to introducing virtual meetings, SNB, PLC, stands ready to assist your community as it navigates this new world.  The office will remain open with video or telephonic consultations and meetings available by appointment.

We also encourage you to visit the Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Associations Institute's FAQ section dedicated to Coronavirus: 


Stay safe out there, everyone.

The Law Office of Sheyna Nicole Burt, PLC  

Law Empowerment Principles in the Time of Coronavirus: A Rona Series

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