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Cameronne M. Taillon

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ctaillon@thegellerlawgroup.com

Cameronne Taillon is Of Counsel in the Geller Law Group’s Wills, Trusts, Estates and Probate Group. Cameronne is passionate about helping her clients understand the importance and legal intricacies of estate planning as she recently lost her husband and is personally familiar with how valuable a well-thought-out and regularly updated estate plan can be. Cameronne believes this area of law is her calling and considers an estate plan, “a love letter to your family when you are gone.”

Prior to joining GLG, Cameronne was Of Counsel for a boutique estate planning firm in Northern Virginia. Her practice focuses on comprehensive estate planning; the creation of trusts, including special needs trusts; advanced medical directives; powers of attorney; and all other instruments and strategies for the preservation and protection of her clients’ assets according to their goals and aspirations. She is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

After pausing her practice to stay home with her two small children, Cameronne launched Taillon Law PLLC, an estate planning firm in North Arlington. Prior to that, she served as Attorney-Advisor at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the Office of the Chief Counsel (OCC). She began her legal practice in 2002 as a litigation associate at a law firm in Prince William County where she represented a variety of clients in the courts of Northern Virginia on matters of family law, contract disputes, adverse possession, landlord/tenant disputes, medical malpractice, and other litigation issues.

Cameronne is a graduate of George Mason School of Law and earned her B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University. She grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated high school from The Madeira School in McLean.

In addition to her legal practice, Cameronne currently serves on the board of directors of Hope for Grieving Families, whose mission is to support and connect grieving families with children to agencies that provide grief counseling and professional services in the Greater DC area. She is also a member of Mothers of North Arlington (MONA) and served on the board of her neighborhood school PTA. She previously served on the membership committee of the Arlington Business Connectors and is past Vice-President. In the past, Cameronne served as the Circuit Representative to the Young Lawyers Conference of the Virginia State Bar.

Cameronne lives in Vienna with her two sons, plus a Goldendoodle and a Collie. When she’s not driving her kids to their various sporting events, she enjoys cooking, reading, traveling, and hanging out with her friends at their annual mom+kids post-school beach trip.

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