Top Reston, VA Elder Law Attorneys
von Keller Thelin , located in Manassas, Virginia, has a reputation for providing quality legal representation. We have chosen to concentrate our practice in and around Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun and Fauquier counties. We handle the entire process from the time you first consult with us until the matter is finally resolved. At von Keller Thelin, we strive to achieve the most favorable...
The Farr Law Firm is home of Certified Elder Law Attorney * and Best-Selling Author Evan H. Farr , creator of the Living Trust Plus™ and one of the leading Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Asset Protection Attorneys in Virginia and foremost legal authorities in the Country in the field of Medicaid Asset Protection and related Trusts. Our firm is dedicated to helping protect seniors and...
The mission of the Elder & Disability Law Center, is to provide centralized access to legal and practical resources for clients with a wide variety of Elder or Disability legal issues . Through in-depth counsel and representation, we assist families and individuals as they prepare for present and future long-term health care needs, take steps to protect assets in the event of disability or...
Devoted to helping you protect yourself and your most important assets for the future while assisting you with creating a legacy that will serve your heirs and loved ones, the attorneys at Alperin Law in Newport News, Virginia, offer unmatched counsel and support. We serve a diverse range of clients throughout the greater Hampton Roads metropolitan area who have legal needs involving any of the...
Excellence Teamwork Vision The law firm of Freeman Dunn Alexander Gay Lucy & Coates, PC is a team of dedicated professionals who excel at resolving complex legal issues. Located in Lynchburg, Virginia, we serve clients throughout Central Virginia and Region 2000. Our broad practice includes: Tax Planning & IRS Problems Business Formation & Planning Estate Planning & Probate Complex...
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- What are your fees and costs?
- What are the next steps?
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