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Ryan A. Brown, Esq., Admitted in Virginia and the District of Columbia
Eric M. Lemmer, Esq., Admitted in Virginia and the District of Columbia
Kyle L. Epting, Esq., Admitted in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia
James F. Anderson, Esq., Admitted in Virginia and the District of Columbia

Arlington Law Group
Office: 1739 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, Virginia 22209-2741 (get directions)
Phone: 703-842-3025
FAX: 202-318-0363

Initial Consultations

All of our client relationships begin with an initial consultation. At the initial consultation we can gauge your needs, discuss your legal issues or questions and decide together how to proceed. During the initial consultation we will provide you estimates on our fees for your matter. There is no obligation to proceed beyond the initial consultation.

To schedule an initial consultation, please complete this form, or give us a call:

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Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning: Free initial consultation for new planning
    I need assistance with estate planning for just myself.
    I need assistance with estate planning for myself and a spouse.

Probate and Estate Administration: $310.00 for 60 minute consultation for probate and estate administration

Trust Administration and Estate Plan Updates: $310.00 for 60 minute consultation for amendments to existing estate plans or assistance administering trusts

Guardianship and Conservatorship: $310.00 for 60 minute consultation

New Business Startup: $399.00 for up to 90 minute consultation

All other matters: $310.00 for 60 minute consultation
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