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‘Go To Lawyers’ for elder law named

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Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the latest group of honorees in our program recognizing the leading lawyers in a particular field of law. Previously we have named “Virginia’s Go To Lawyers” for business law, employment and workers’ compensation law. The latest list covers elder law.

A “Go To Lawyer” is:

  • A lawyer who is an expert in his or her field, well-versed in the nuances of the case law, statutes and regulations clients will encounter.
  • A lawyer who is experienced and enjoys a record of success, with many cases and/or transactions that give testimony to the quality advice he or she can provide.
  • A lawyer to whom other lawyers make referrals because of his or her expertise and accomplishments.
  • A lawyer who can think creatively and identify all options for a client.
  • A lawyer you would name when a friend from another state calls and says she has a client who needs some legal help in a given part of our state.

Virginia’s “Go To Lawyers” for Elder Law are:

  • Lindsay Coley, Coley Law Firm, Smith Mountain Lake
  • Cary Cucinelli, Cucinelli Geiger Thompson Wildhack, Fairfax
  • Evan Farr, Farr Law Firm, Fairfax
  • Elizabeth Gray, McCandlish Lillard, Fairfax
  • Jeanne M. Hepler, Collins & Hepler, Covington and Lexington
  • Andrew Hook, Hook Law Center, Virginia Beach
  • Kristof Koletar, Hunter Law Firm, Hampton
  • Kenneth Labowitz, Dingman Labowitz, Alexandria
  • Amy McCullough, Law Office of Amy McCullough, Fredericksburg
  • Andrea Morisi, Farrell & Croft, Manassas
  • Kimberly Pinchbeck, Law Offices of Kimberly Pinchbeck, Richmond