Legal Assistance

Business Description

The Housing Division provides information about the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords to assist with resolution of tenant-landlord disputes. These documents outline the laws governing rental housing and provide information about different aspects of the rental process.

Phone:
703-228-3765
Address:
Courthouse Plaza Ste. 701 Arlington, VA
22201
Business Description

4080 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone:
703-504-9141
Address:
4080 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA
22030
Business Description

The Office of Human Rights handles complaints of discrimination in the workplace, housing, and places of public accommodation if you live, work, or do business in Arlington.

Phone:
703-228-3929
Address:
2100 Clarendon Boulevard Suite. 318 Arlington, VA
22201
Business Description

Attorney General Herring’s Consumer Protection Section enforces state and federal laws designed to protect consumers from fraud, deception, and misrepresentation. The Section serves as the central clearinghouse in Virginia for consumer complaints. Complaints are assigned for handling within the Section or referred to the appropriate local, state, or federal agency having jurisdiction. When there is a pattern or practice of deceptive conduct in violation of one of our statutes, the Attorney General is authorized to take action to stop the unlawful conduct and, where appropriate, seek refunds for consumers.

Phone:
1800-552-9863 or 804-786-2042
Business Description

Consumer protection matters are handled by the Consumer Protection Division, which investigates and mediates consumer complaints and tenant-landlord disputes to determine whether consumer protection laws have been violated. The division provides a complaint history on county businesses to assist consumers with pre-purchase information, supports homeowner associations in the county, licenses and regulates taxicab drivers and operators, peddlers, solicitors, precious metal and gem dealers, pawnbrokers, massage establishments and therapists, and Going-Out-of-Business sales.

Phone:
703-222-8435
Address:
12000 Government Center Pkwy Ste 433, Fairfax, VA
22035
Business Description

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. (HOME) is Virginia’s premier fair housing and housing counseling organization, offering a variety of programs and services designed to ensure equal access to housing for all Virginians. HOME is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and a HUD‐approved housing counseling agency.

Phone:
(804)354-0641
Address:
626 East Broad Street, Suite 400
Richmond, Virginia
23219
Business Description

The Landlord Tenant Relations Division mediates housing-related disputes between landlords and tenants. To accomplish this, the Division provides information to both parties on their rights and responsibilities under local and state law, and by offering mediation by mutual agreement. 

Phone:
703-746-4900
Address:
421 King Street Suite 200 Alexandria, Virginia
22314
Business Description

121 N Washington St Ste 300a, Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone:
703-684-5566
Address:
121 N Washington St Ste 300a, Alexandria, VA
22314
Business Description

8 South St SW # A, Leesburg, VA 20175

Phone:
703-771-7066
Address:
8 South St SW # A, Leesburg, VA
20175
Business Description

9240 Center St, Manassas, VA 20110

Phone:
571-482-2685
Address:
9240 Center St, Manassas, VA
20110

Arlington County’s Housing Division

4080 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030

Arlington’s Office of Human Rights

The Office of Human Rights handles complaints of discrimination in the workplace, housing, and places of public accommodation if you live, work, or do business in Arlington.

Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Section

Attorney General Herring’s Consumer Protection Section enforces state and federal laws designed to protect consumers from fraud, deception, and misrepresentation. The Section serves as the central clearinghouse in Virginia for consumer complaints. Complaints are assigned for handling within the Section or referred to the appropriate local, state, or federal agency having jurisdiction. When there is a pattern or practice of deceptive conduct in violation of one of our statutes, the Attorney General is authorized to take action to stop the unlawful conduct and, where appropriate, seek refunds for consumers.

Fairfax County Consumer Affairs

Consumer protection matters are handled by the Consumer Protection Division, which investigates and mediates consumer complaints and tenant-landlord disputes to determine whether consumer protection laws have been violated. The division provides a complaint history on county businesses to assist consumers with pre-purchase information, supports homeowner associations in the county, licenses and regulates taxicab drivers and operators, peddlers, solicitors, precious metal and gem dealers, pawnbrokers, massage establishments and therapists, and Going-Out-of-Business sales.

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. (HOME) is Virginia’s premier fair housing and housing counseling organization, offering a variety of programs and services designed to ensure equal access to housing for all Virginians. HOME is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and a HUD‐approved housing counseling agency.

Landlord-Tenant Relations Division

The Landlord Tenant Relations Division mediates housing-related disputes between landlords and tenants. To accomplish this, the Division provides information to both parties on their rights and responsibilities under local and state law, and by offering mediation by mutual agreement. 

Legal Services of Northern Virginia

121 N Washington St Ste 300a, Alexandria, VA 22314

Legal Services of Northern Virginia

8 South St SW # A, Leesburg, VA 20175

Legal Services of Northern Virginia

9240 Center St, Manassas, VA 20110