Evan Farr Honored as “Leader in the Law”

Virginia Lawyers Weekly is a publication both online and in print — it is a very reputable and respected source of legal news.

“Virginia Lawyers Media, the publisher of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, has announced the 2012 class of ‘Leaders in the Law.’”

The Farr Law Firm is proud to announce our very own principal attorney, Evan H. Farr, has been selected as a member of the class of 2012!

Here are just a few of Evan’s accomplishments in recent months:

Evan co-authored (along with other top attorneys from across the country), a consumer-oriented book, entitled “Protect & Defend.” Americans proved their desire to learn more about protecting their assets: the book ranked #1 on two best seller lists and made it on to a total of four best seller lists total.  The book is available on Amazon currently.

Evan is also the President of the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.  He has been an integral part of the push towards developing and mastering legal strategies to help middle class citizens broadly speaking.  Specifically, Evan’s Living Trust Plus™ is a trust Evan has studied and mastered and uses to protect assets from general creditors as well as long-term care creditors.  This type of trust is regarded is highly complex, which is one why reason clients are often so thrilled and surprised when they learn of its capabilities and how it can literally change their life and their loved ones’ lives, too.  In fact, Evan started a national network of attorneys to license  software for the Living Trust Plus™ so attorneys across the country could easily start implementing it into practice, helping the middle class members in their communities.  His website, LivingTrustPlus.com, brings in traffic from across the U.S., where visitors can then search for attorneys in their state whom Evan has licensed.

Once again, the Farr Law Firm and Evan Farr are honored to have received such a distinction.

“this awards program recognizes the lawyers across the commonwealth who are setting the standard for other lawyers in Virginia. “Leaders” are recognized for changing the law, serving the community, changing practice or improving Virginia’s justice system.” – VirigniaLawyersWeekly.com

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