WASHINGTON D.C.—We are delighted to welcome Bill Fralin, one of the top Certified Elder Law Attorneys in Virginia, DC, and Maryland, as Of Counsel to the Farr Law Firm.
Bill founded The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, P.C. in 1994 and is in the process of winding down that firm to become a full-time addition to the Farr Law Firm. AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell, Bill has also been named in Virginia Business magazine as one of the top 50 attorneys in Virginia, in Washingtonian magazine as one of the top elder law attorneys in the region, and in Super Lawyers as one of the top 100 attorneys in the region.
We are delighted to welcome Alicia Truitt to our Estate Planning Team. Alicia has focused her entire 18-year career on Estate Planning at The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, P.C. A Virginia native, Alicia has appeared in Virginia Business Legal Elite and in Super Lawyers as a Rising Star, and will continue to be a rising star as she joins forces with the Farr Law Firm! She received her bachelor’s degree from the College of William & Mary and her Juris Doctor from George Mason University School of Law. Alicia is admitted to practice in Virginia and DC.
Bill and Alicia will be joining the current team of attorneys at the Farr Law Firm.
About the Farr Law Firm
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, DC, and Maryland, and one of the 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 their families by preserving dignity, quality of life, and financial security. Using a holistic and often proprietary approach, our firm uses a vast knowledge, understanding, and deep respect of the elderly to help our elderly clients obtain the highest quality care at the lowest possible cost, which typically involves protecting assets in order to become eligible to have Medicaid and/or Veterans Aid and Attendance benefits pay for the appropriate level of care — be it home health care, assisted living care, or nursing home care.