Washington, DC Probate Lawyers

Sat Nam S. Khalsa
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 8 years experience
(202) 796-8995 1325 G Street, NW, #500
Washington, DC 20005
Probate, Estate Planning, Family and Tax
Georgetown University Law Center
Sat Nam Khalsa's mission is centered on service: he is dedicated to helping clients resolve difficult problems with excellence and integrity. His clients include individuals, families, small businesses, and nonprofits. Sat Nam Khalsa practices tax and business law, estate planning and probate, and non-adversarial family law. In his tax practice, Sat Nam represents individuals and organizations seeking to resolve tax controversies with the IRS and state and local tax authorities. He also represents clients litigating tax disputes in Federal and State courts. Sat Nam’s work for business clients, nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations includes advice related to entity formation and...
Peter Antonoplos
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Washington, DC Probate Lawyer with 16 years experience
(202) 803-5676 1725 DeSales Street, N.W.
Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
Free ConsultationProbate, Business, Estate Planning and Real Estate
Georgetown University Law Center and The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
For over a decade, Mr. Antonoplos has represented individuals, families and business leaders with real estate, litigation, and estate planning and probate matters. Mr. Antonoplos has been selected as a SuperLawyers Rising Star three years consecutively. Mr. Antonoplos’ practice covers a wide range of topics from real estate, estate planning and probate, to commercial litigation, asset protection and preservation and business law issues. A classic generalist, Mr. Antonoplos counsels clients on business transactions and routinely litigates real estate; construction and probate matter is the Courts of the District of Columbia and State of Maryland on behalf of individual and corporate...
Johnnie Daniel Bond, Jr
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 15 years experience
(855) 426-6352 1100 H St NW
Washington, DC 20005
Free ConsultationProbate, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury and Workers' Comp
University of Tennessee College of Law
In June 2006, Johnnie Bond started Bond Law as a boutique, general practice law firm in Washington, DC. Through Bond Law, Bond weaves together his transactional and litigation skills to provide his clients with comprehensive legal services designed to achieve success and add value. Bond's practice includes Accident/Personal Injury Litigation, Bankruptcy, Divorce, DUI/DWI, Business Law and Commercial Litigation for Government Contracting Companies, Contract Disputes, Real Estate and General Legal Services for Small Businesses and Start-up Companies. Bond Law also collaborates with Lita Rosario, Esq. and Wyz Girl Entertainment for Copyright and Trademark Infringement Law.
Christopher Klug
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Washington, DC Probate Lawyer
(202) 661-2179 1200 G Street, NW
Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005
Free ConsultationProbate, Business, Estate Planning and Tax
The George Washington University Law School and Michigan State University
Christopher M. Klug, is the founder and principal at Klug Law Office PLLC. Atty. Klug also an international tax attorney, represents clients with domestic and international taxation, tax controversy, corporate/business planning, cross-border transactions, international and domestic estate planning, and trust administration. Prior to founding Klug Law Firm PLLC, Atty. Klug worked at boutique firms that focused in international and domestic tax, business planning, and estate planning.
Jamison Taylor
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 21 years experience
(202) 997-3802 1218 11th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
Probate, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning and Real Estate
The University of Chicago Law School
You want your lawyer to have an in-depth understanding of the challenges you face and the solutions available. In addition to over fifteen years of legal experience, attorney Jamison B. Taylor is a licensed real estate broker who has been in the business since 1990. With a law degree from the University of Chicago, attorney Taylor practiced law at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher and Flom before opening up his own practice. Mr. Taylor specializes in Bankruptcy, Real Estate, foreclosure defense and Probate.
Sonya Nichelle Armfield
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 17 years experience
(202) 642-4629 2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
# 1173
Washington, DC 20013
Probate, Elder, Estate Planning and Nursing Home
Howard University School of Law
The Armfield Law Firm is a minority and woman-owned law firm. The firm draws on the extensive and diversified experience of its principal, Sonya N. Armfield to provide quality services to its clients. Legal services are provided to government, corporate and individual clients. We assist with every type of Fidelity and Surety bond issue. In addition, we are well versed with all contract and commercial surety instruments. The firm’s experience with fidelity bonds enables it to assist with various types of bonding vehicles. We review bond disputes, ascertain appropriate bond defenses and make recommendations...
Simret Zeru
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Washington, DC Probate Lawyer
2600 14th St, NW
Washington, DC 20009
Free ConsultationProbate, Business, Criminal and DUI
Michael Springmann
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 20 years experience
(202) 686-4869 4619 Yuma St NW
Washington, DC 20016
Probate, Collections, DUI and Family
American University Washington College of Law
Destiny Aigbe
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Washington, DC Probate Lawyer with 6 years experience
(202) 854-8386 1101 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 450
Washington, DC 20036
Probate, Business, Real Estate and Securities
Vanderbilt University Law School
Kerri Castellini
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Washington, DC Probate Attorney with 12 years experience
(202) 517-1752 409 7th St. NW
Suite 218
Washington, DC 20004
Probate and Estate Planning
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
Kerri Castellini is primarily a DC-based attorney with a focus on estate and trust administration, guardianship for incapacitated adults and minors, and estate planning. She brings her legal experience to the Trusts and Estates Practice Group and is currently admitted to practice law in Washington DC, Maryland, and before the supreme court. She is passionate about providing a high level of attention to her clients to come up with a plan that is best for their unique circumstances.
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