Elizabeth Parks is an associate at the Geller Law Group, focusing on estate planning, estate administration, and guardianships and conservatorship.
Elizabeth’s practice focuses on helping families and individuals plan for different situations, and on providing support to families in difficult situations through estate administration and guardianships and conservatorships. Elizabeth’s interests include providing welcoming and inclusive estate planning for LGBTQIA+ clients and their families; helping parents of disabled children make estate plans and life plans scaled to each child’s disability, including through Special Needs Trusts or guardianships as appropriate, but also through less restrictive means such as Medical Directives and Powers of Attorneys; and providing solutions for estate planning clients who are solo aging. Elizabeth welcomes requests for disability accommodations for clients, such as sensory-friendly meetings or reading documents aloud.
Prior to joining the Geller Law Group, Elizabeth worked as a staff attorney for the Commissioner of Accounts in Fairfax County, where she became familiar with estate administration and drafted opinions for the Commissioner. Elizabeth previously interned with the Environmental Protection Agency, the Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, and a family law firm in Fairfax.
We have been very happy with our representation from Elizibeth Parks of the Geller Group. She has handled all our need very effeciently.
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