You may have heard that the federal appropriations bill enacted into law by Congress and the President in the final weeks of 2019 includes changes to the federal tax code … Read more

We move forward; we move back

We move forward; we move back. On the edge of the Central District, a historically black neighborhood that has been gentrified[1] by people like my family – white and affluent … Read more

Don’t Be a Jerk

Recently, the Washington Court of Appeals issued an opinion upholding the trial court’s decision to decline to appoint the named personal representative in a decedent’s last will and testament. That’s … Read more

Help During Difficult Times

I first began practicing law in 1995. Back then, most legal matters required attorney intervention. We were the gatekeepers and held the key to solving all sorts of legal entanglements. … Read more