Manning & Murray has served the Northern Virginia community since 1988, carrying out the vision of our founders that a boutique firm dedicated to estate planning, estate and trust administration, and elder law would be the best way to serve clients in
Manning & Murray has served the Northern Virginia community since 1988, carrying out the vision of our founders that a boutique firm dedicated to estate planning, estate and trust administration, and elder law would be the best way to serve clients in these practice areas.
We listen to our clients and help them achieve their estate planning goals in an efficient and cost-effective manner, and work with them to develop carefully considered estate plans so their legacy will not be a family squabble. Our attorneys and staff provide assistance with all aspects of estate and trust administration. We understand and respect the difficulties facing the elderly, and help them plan for and confront such challenges, while protecting their dignity and independence.
Two of our attorneys are Fellows of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). All of our attorneys are capable and compassionate advocates for our clients, and have strong community ties. Manning & Murray has an AV Preeminent rating (the highest rating) from Martindale-Hubbell, the recognized leader in law firm peer review.
6045 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300
Arlington VA 22205
We provide comprehensive estate planning services including legally specifying how one's affairs will be managed in the event of incapacity, how and to whom assets will be distributed at death, avoiding probate, income tax planning associated with retirement accounts, premarital and post-marital agreements, asset protection, and gift and estate tax planning.
Wills & Trusts
Powers of Attorney and Advance Medical Directives
Beneficiary Designations and Asset Titling
Estate Tax Planning
Paul has been in private law practice in Northern Virginia since 1995. Prior to joining Manning & Murray, he was a partner in another local law firm. Before entering private practice, Paul served as counsel to a United States Senate Committee. He is an active member of the Elder Law and Trust and Estate sections of the Arlington County Bar Association as well as of the Virginia State Bar. He is also a member of the Virginia Guardianship Association and the Real Estate section of the Virginia State Bar.
His community and professional activities include speaking at bar association meetings on estate planning and elder law topics, serving on the board of directors for the Arlington County Bar Association and as an active member of the Arlington Host Lions Club with several terms on the board of directors and as a past president. Paul has been a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys since 2005.