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Farr Law Firm Main Office (Fairfax)
10640 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22030
Evan H. Farr, CELA, the principal attorney of the Farr Law Firm, has been in private practice in Fairfax since 1987. As the only attorney in Virginia who is both a Certified Estate Advisor and a Certified Elder Law Attorney, Evan Farr is widely recognized as one of the leading Elder Law and Estate Planning attorneys in Virginia.
The Farr Law Firm is an Estate Planning and Elder Law firm dedicated to helping protect seniors and their families by preserving dignity, integrity and family unity to the greatest extent possible.
'We help clients of all ages handle all aspects of traditional estate planning, including Wills, Living Trusts, Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney, as well as more complex estate planning documents when appropriate. We help our elderly clients with issues involving long-term care. We help clients find, get, and pay for the best possible long-term care; if a nursing home is the only option, we help clients find and get the best possible care while preserving and protecting their assets, including their homes, from the forced liquidation that is typically required in connection with entry into a nursing home. When needed, we complete the complex documents required for entry into a nursing home and for Medicaid.
*Virginia has no procedure for approving certifying organizations
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10640 Main Street Suite 200
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 691-1888
Fax: (703) 991-9171
Evan Farr, CELA, has been in private practice in Fairfax since 1987. As the only attorney in Virginia who is both a Certified Estate Advisor and a Certified Elder Law Attorney, Evan Farr is widely recognized as one of the leading Elder Law and Estate Planning attorneys in Virginia.
Ranked 4th among all colleges by U.S. News and World Report in 2005
To stay abreast of new and ever-changing laws, and to continually hone and enhance his legal knowledge, Evan Farr attends an average of more than 18 hours per year of Continuing Legal Education classes, which is more than one and half times the state requirement.
Evan is a member of the Fairfax Bar Association's Elder Law Section and Trusts & Estates Section, and has served in numerous leadership positions within the Association, including Chair of the Election Committee, Chair of the Long Range Planning Committee, and Chair of the Law Practice Management Section.
In his personal life, Evan is very active in his church and in Scouting. At Fairfax United Methodist Church, Evan serves as a Trustee and as Chair of the Memorials Committee. For Scouting, Evan serves as a Den Leader and as Membership Chair for his son's Cub Scout pack and as the Webelos-to-Scout Transition Chair for the George Mason and Sully Districts. Evan lives in Clifton with his wife and family.
*Virginia has no procedure for approving certifying organizations.
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