Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden, PC

Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden, PC

We help large and small companies with business law matters, assist individuals with estate planning and elder law matters, and counsel on a variety of real estate and tax issues. Established in 1972, we have addressed client needs for over 40 years.

Firm Overview

A Full-Service Firm with a Large Estate Planning Practice

Our extensive experience in the complex business, real estate and tax issues faced by our clients makes our firm a logical choice for insightful and thorough estate planning advice. Probate, elder law and estate planning attorney Paula Peaden can help you design a creative estate plan to carry out your wishes by securing and transferring assets within your family. She provides a variety services to individuals in connection with estate planning and estate and gift taxes, including:

Formulation of wills, advance medical directives (living wills), trusts, powers of attorney, guardianships, conservatorships and a full range of complimentary estate planning vehicles (including pet trusts)

Use of generation-skipping trusts, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lien trusts, partnerships and other vehicles to produce tax savings

Tax counseling in formulating wills and trust agreements to provide the most efficient transfer of assets

Tax filing services for executors and administrators of the estate

Probate proceedings representation including the resolution of will contests, fiduciary litigation and other estate disputes

Estate reduction strategies including charitable contributions, gift planning and the formation and endowment of not-for-profit corporations

Guidance in naming guardians for minor children and disabled adults

Disability Planning

Special Needs Trusts

Trust & Estate Litigation

Elder Law & Long-term Care Planning

Elder Abuse Litigation

Main Office
Paula L. Peaden
6802 Paragon Pl.
Ste. 300
Richmond  VA  23230-1655
  • (804) 262-3600

Judi Harrison

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