Estate Planning

Estate planning is critical for all individuals and business owners looking to protect their assets and the security of their families. It is especially important for those with significant investments, including business and real estate assets. We provide informed and strategic advice that focuses on protecting the immediate and long-term interests of our clients and their families. We will help steer you through any uncertainty and help protect your assets for future generations.

Advice To Protect Your Assets And Future Generations

We will take the time to understand the unique challenges and concerns that you face. We will explore your options and alternatives, and we will develop a comprehensive estate planning solution that you can trust to protect your assets and investments into the future. In addition to planning for your estate, we can also help you make important decisions about your health care and financial plans, should you become incapacitated.

We have experience in a variety of estate planning and administration matters, including:

  • Wills and trusts
  • Probate and estate administration
  • Asset planning
  • Powers of attorney
  • Guardianships and conservatorships
  • Business succession planning
  • Health care proxies
  • Tax consequences/tax planning
  • Advanced medical directives
  • Revocable trusts/irrevocable trusts

Securing Your Assets Into The Future

Our clients come to us for estate planning advice, or to handle the administration of an estate for their loved ones. In addition to the emotional turmoil caused by the death of a loved one, you may also feel overwhelmed by the burden of deadlines, taxes, real estate property and managing an estate after death. We will make sure that deadlines are met and that the estate is properly administered in accordance with applicable laws.

We have specific experience representing out-of-state residents whose parents or grandparents have left an estate in Virginia.

For a consultation, call 703-297-8117 or complete our contact form.