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Griffin Selby Law PLLC - Washington , DC

1455 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.Suite 400 Washington , DC 20004

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Updated: 07/13/2020

Washington Estate Planning (wills and trusts) Law Firm


Professional and compassionate, our team at Griffin Selby Law PLLC provides estate planning, family law and employment law representation in Washington, D.C., as well as throughout New Jersey and Maryland. We have decades of experience advocating for clients in a number of legal settings and through complex issues. Our law firm holds an esteemed reputation due to our welcoming nature and ability to meet our clients' goals in a timely fashion...

About Griffin Selby Law PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning (wills and trusts)
  • Employment Law / Labor Law
  • Family Law
  • Adoption
  • Custody and Visitation


  • 25%


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


1455 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.Suite 400 Washington , DC 20004

Office Hours

By Appointment Only


  • 800-650-8906

Other Offices

Griffin Selby Law PLLC (Main Office) 3261 Old Washington Road Suite 2020 Waldorf, MD 20602 202-844-5753

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