Sean R Hanover
About Sean R HanoverAttorney Hanover has been working in the legal arena since graduating with double Master Degrees in Employment Law (HR) and Union Law (Industrial Relations) in 1996. He obtained his JD from the University of the District of Columbia in 2008 and maintains a vibrant practice focusing on immigration, bankruptcy, criminal defense, and business law. In a twist he never saw coming, Mr. Hanover has become accomplished at defending gang members and individuals convicted of drug offenses in immigration court.
In addition to his law practice, Mr. Hanover also owns an IT consulting company, HHC, Inc. based in Fairfax, VA. This company focuses on Drupal development, a form of open-source PHP/MySQL CMS. His experience as an IT Business owner has provided excellent and useful insight for his small to medium size business legal clients working in commercial, non-profit and government sectors.
Mr. Hanover is a member of the VA Bar, DC Bar, American Bar Association, and American Immigration Lawyers Association. For more information on his business background, visit his LinkedIN profile, and his Zoom Info profile.
To contact our firm, please visit http://www.hanoverlawpc.com/contact_us.php.
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Master, Visa, and AmEx
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- Base hourly rate is $250. Initial consult is $250 (at the office), but waived if retained. Phone consults are generally free. Typical divorce starts at $1500; immigration defense starts at $1500; criminal representation varies. Payment plans are available. We honor certain pre-paid legal plans, too.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|District of Columbia|
|Advanced Trial Tactics (DC Bar)|
|Immigration Law (AILA)|
|Certified Bankruptcy Procedures (DC Bar)|
|Criminal Practice (trial and procedures)|
|Human Resources/Union Law (employment)|
|Immigration (procedural and litigation)|
|Business Law (formation and contracts)|
|St. Francis College (BA)|
|St. Francis College (MA's)|
|University of the District of Columbia (JD)|
|Meritorious Service during Desert Storm, Department of the Army|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: Law Blog --Share Your Thoughts!
NEW IMMIGRATION RELIEF: DACA EXPANDED -- NO MORE AGE LIMIT! NEW IMMIGRATION RELIEF: DEFERRED ACTION FOR PARENTS Bankruptcy -- sample Complaint Filing for 523(a)(2) and 523(a)(6) Adversarial Process Bankruptcy -- Supporting a Motion to Remand to State Court (Relief from Stay). EEOC and Employment Discrimination Overview Understanding the term "arriving alien" Bruton Doctrine - suppressing co-defendant statements Revoke a plea -- how to withdraw a plea and seek a trial Conviction for immigration purposes
How to suppress a co-defendant's statement. http://t.co/gTUMIfJVdO— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) September 12, 2014
"Occasionally, it becomes necessary to withdraw a #plea once made." #court #lawyer http://t.co/117WPOsMt4— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 27, 2014
RT @americasvoice: White House considers proposals to sharply increase legal immigration http://wapo.st/YXkhKo via @DavidNakamura— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 27, 2014
RT @immigrationDir: What is the Green Card Lottery? http://dlvr.it/6kQd2q— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 26, 2014
In honor of #NationalDogDay, here is one of our favorite dogs: http://ow.ly/i/6G3kA #laywerdog— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 26, 2014
"Post conviction relief that does not remove the conviction, but changes the sentence." #immigration #DSA http://t.co/oCuFkvKxeu— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 25, 2014
RT @immigrationDir: President #Obama considers increasing green cards and H-1B visas http://t.co/vtXapwBhZx http://t.co/8lah24UYeL— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 25, 2014
http://ow.ly/i/6DXm7— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 23, 2014
"Once an employer agrees to pay #sickleave as part of your employment package, it becomes part of your #wages." http://t.co/yR9Xc4kyyO— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 22, 2014
Big Changes could be coming to #Virginia soon... #gaymarriage http://t.co/kEvnDD3cAz— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) August 20, 2014