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Arlington Law Group

Marissa N. Whitaker; Bridget A. Alzheimer, Esq.; Patrice n. Lemmer, Esq.; Anna S. Goldberg
1739 Clarendon Blvd.
Arlington Virginia 22209

Arlington Law Group’s attorneys are licensed in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, and they specialize in estate planning, probate and trust administration, guardianship and conservatorship, business law, contract law, commercial leasing, and commercial and residential real estate transactions.  Contact us or visit our website to schedule your initial consultation.

Q: How can Arlington Law Group help my family if I become incapacitated or die?

A: We regularly receive calls from clients with concerns like: “Mom has dementia and we need to sell her house,” or “Dad passed away and we need help transferring his assets.” In each situation, we meet with our clients to review documents and determine the best course of action. If the family member did not do any planning, we can help with guardianship, conservatorship and probate through the courts. Or, if they had a financial power of attorney, trust, will, or transfer-on-death deed, we advise our clients on how to fulfill their roles as agent, executor, trustee or beneficiary. We can help with complex court filings and coordinate even the most basic logistics of changing locks, sorting through tangible property and preparing real estate for sale.

Q: What is Arlington Law Group’s approach to estate and trust administration?

A: Dealing with the death or incapacity of a loved one is a challenging and emotional situation. Our experienced attorneys and staff have the necessary knowledge of fiduciary laws, taxes and court procedure. We bring compassion and strong communication skills, offering clear and concise guidance to our clients while acknowledging the significance of these major life events. Our clients feel a huge sense of relief after their initial meeting, as they are better able to understand their legal, financial and tax obligations. As a trusted partner, we support our clients through each step of the estate and trust administration process.