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Provide customized, personal attention to individuals, families, and small business owners to help them plan for tax consequences to their legacies and successions.
Elizabeth has twelve years of experience as an attorney, six of which were spent as a U.S. Army Judge Advocate. She graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and spent four years as a military intelligence officer before attending law school at the University of Texas - Austin. She then served as a JAG at Fort Hood, Texas and Mosul, Iraq before leaving active duty to pursue private practice. She earned an LL.M. in Tax Law at the University of Florida before returning to Georgetown to raise her family. Her husband, also an Army veteran, is a Physician Assistant in Georgetown.
Elizabeth has been practicing law for twelve years, and she has experience working for the government and at a traditional private practice law firm. She has seen firsthand how outdated the traditional law firm has become in today's fast-paced and mobile society, and she believes clients' needs are not being met when they walk into a large law firm which offers cookie-cutter approaches to legal problems. The practice of law at traditional firms has become more about increasing revenue to pay high overhead expenses and less about providing customized, personal attention to each client. Elizabeth maintains a flexible and accessible practice so that she can respond quickly to client needs.