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Daniel H. Borinsky, Esq. with Esquire Settlement Services, Inc. has had over 40 years of experience providing a full range of residential real property settlement services including transfers and refinance transactions.

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Professional Affiliations

  • Virginia State Bar, Since 1973
  • Certified Public Accountant, Virginia, Since 1975
  • Virginia State Bar Insurance Committee, 1977-1985, Chairman 1978-1985
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Insurance Trust, Member, 1979-1985
  • Admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Virginia Supreme Court.


Mr. Borinsky received his Bachelor’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1969 and his Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School in 1973.

Legislative Activities

Mr. Borinsky has advocated for homeowners’ rights at both the state and federal level. On the federal level, in 2002 he was invited to testify before the United States House of Representatives’ Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Sub-Committee on Benefits, regarding improvements in Veterans Affairs (“VA”) home loan features. In 1993, Mr. Borinsky testified before the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding reform of the residential real estate settlement process.

In Virginia, Mr. Borinsky has made numerous appearances before the state Senate and House regarding legislation that he conceived that was enacted into law by the Virginia legislature. These laws reduced the cost and improved services to the public in the delivery of real estate settlements. Some examples include laws that:

1. Mandated that residential deeds be required to include the name of the title insurance company so that insureds will be able to more easily assert claims. (Va. Code § 17.1-223).

2. Increased the cost to lenders who fail to promptly update court records after their loans are paid off. (Va. Code § 55-66.3).

3. Streamline the recordation process to record deeds and mortgages in a revenue-neutral way by eliminating detailed page counts of such documents. (Va. Code § 17.1-275).

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