Meet Our Team

 

Evan H. Farr, Certified Elder Law Attorney

Evan H. Farr, Certified Elder Law Attorney (Licensed in VA, DC, and MD)
Evan received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984 and his law degree from the College of William & Mary in 1987.  Evan is widely recognized as one of the leading Elder Law, Estate Planning, and Specials Needs attorneys in Virginia, DC, and Maryland, and one of foremost experts in the Country in the field of Medicaid Asset Protection and related Trusts. In addition to being Certified in Elder Law by the National Elder Law Foundation, Evan has been selected by his peers as a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.  Evan been quoted or cited as an expert by numerous sources, including the Washington Post, Newsweek Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine, Trusts & Estates Magazine, The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Bar Association, and has been featured as a guest speaker on numerous radio shows, including WTOP and Washington Post Radio. [Read more]

Sara Barr Entis, Attorney

saSara Entis, Attorney (Licensed in VA, DC and MD)
Like Evan, Sara attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 1992.  Sara then received her law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law in 1997.  Sara runs the Estate Planing and Probate and Trust administration departments of the Farr Law Firm. Sara lives in Great Falls with her two children, two dogs and three cats.  She enjoys hiking, reading, travel, riding on rollercoasters with her son, and cooking with her daughter.

 

Kathleen G. Limjoco, Attorney

Kathleen G. Limjoco, Attorney (Licensed in VA)
Kathy received her undergraduate degree in 1989 from Boston University and her law degree in 1992 from Vermont Law School. Kathy handles Estate Planning for the firm, having focused her legal career in the area of Estate Planning since 2004. Kathy has lived in the Northern Virginia area for most of her life and previously practiced law in Manassas and Linden, Virginia. She enjoys organic gardening and volunteering at the food pantry at her local church. She and her husband and 3 children share their home and yard with 2 rescued dogs, a rescued cat, a bearded dragon, 4 axolotls, and 7 chickens.

Jeannie Farr, Director of Client Services, Client Care Coordinator, and Patient Advocate

50eae1e984c49f2c520280deJeannie wears multiple hats here at the Farr Law Firm.  As the Director of Client Services, she ensures that all of our clients are happy with our services. As our Client Care Coordinator and Patient Advocate, Jeannie, who earned a Certifificate in Gerentology from Piedmont Virginia Community College, helps our clients who need nursing home care obtain the best nursing home placements available, and helps our nursing home clients maintain their highest possible level of psycho-social well-being. Before coming to the Farr Law Firm in 2009, Jeannie spent over 25 years in the hospitality industry, serving as the Director of Food and Beverage for several restaurants, hotels, and private clubs. She developed a passion for helping the elderly after taking care of her elderly mother for years and after successfully filing for Veterans Aid and Attendance for another family member. J A native of the DC Metro area, Jeannie enjoys boating, water adventures, and relaxing with her husband, Evan, their children and grandson, and their menagerie of furry critters.

Connie Fregm, Senior Asset Protection Paralegal

50eae1e984c49f2c520280deConnie received her paralegal certificate in 1991 and began working for a personal injury law firm in York, PA, then relocated to Virginia in 1995 where she first started working for the Farr Law Firm. In 2005, she moved back to York to assist her mother and went back to a position at the personal injury firm during the week and commuting to her home in Northern VA for the weekends. After 3 years of commuting, it was time to return to Northern VA to both work and live, and to return to the Farr Law Firm. Her years of living with her aging mother (now in her 90s) made Connie acutely aware of the challenges and adventures facing many with aging parents. Connie enjoys bluegrass music and riding motorcycles, as well as baking and cooking with her grandson.

Seresa El-Gafy, Senior Asset Protection and Probate Paralegal

SeresaAs part of an Air Force family, Seresa traveled extensively around the U.S. before settling in New Jersey, where she obtained a paralegal certificate in 1984. She worked primarily in estate planning and administration for several large firms in New Jersey and New York before relocating to Virginia in 2005. Enticed by the opportunity of working at the esteemed Farr Law Firm (especially with some of the famous authors of Critter Corner–Commander Bun Bun and Angel the cat), she joined the firm in 2013. Outside the office, Seresa manages her own menagerie of cats, rabbit, teenage daughter, husband, and mother-in-law. As a 4H parent, she spends most weekends wrangling sheep and chickens to support her daughter’s ambition to be a mixed-species veterinarian. In the five minutes of free time she has every day before retiring, she prefers to read, particularly historical and classical fiction, biographies, military history, and P.G. Wodehouse.

Natasha Cranford, Asset Protection Paralegal

Natasha was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Hawaii and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. She has worked in the customer service industry, in the community health non-profit sector, as an English instructor in the U.S. and abroad, and as a paralegal. Natasha helped care for her ailing grandfather and her mother, who had suffered several strokes, so she is intimately familiar with the challenges facing the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and their families. In her free time, Natasha enjoys spending time with her human, canine, and avian family.

 

Arlene Figueroa, Asset Protection Paralegal

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Arlene earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her family includes two sisters, one of whom struggles with mental illness.  She has been helping her parents care for her sister for years and therefore understands the challenges and hardship that can be put on a family due a family member with disabilities.  Arlene realized that her passion was to help families, such as hers, overcome these challenges for the well-being of their loved ones and for that reason joined the Farr Law Firm team. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and swimming.

Eve Rubinoff, Paralegal and Client Services

eve1Eve was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Indiana University-Bloomington in 1994.  For many years, Eve was a professional harpist, playing the harp for weddings, special events, and at nursing homes.  In 2015, Eve became interested in the legal field and decided to pursue a second career, obtaining an Associate’s degree in Paralegal studies at Northern Virginia Community College.  Having spent so much time playing the harp in nursing homes and helping enrich the lives of the residents, a career in Elder Law with the Farr Law Firm, whose mission is to help preserve dignity and quality of life for elders, especially those in nursing homes, was the perfect fit!   In her free time, Eve enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and one cat.

Renee Eder, Director of Public Relations

ReneeRenee was born and raised in Rockland County, New York. She attended Binghamton University , and received a bachelor’s degree in Applied Social Sciences in 1997. Upon graduation, she attended Syracuse University and received her Master’s Degree in 1998 in Consumer Studies, with a focus in marketing and seniors. Renee has done consulting work in marketing, public relations, and branding, and website redesign at George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, and at various associations and charities in the D.C. area. Renee enjoys spending time with her two children, being a devoted Washington sports fan, being a Scout mom, volunteering at Kings Park and Kings Glen Elementary Schools, writing, and spending time with her two miniature poodles, Penny and Moose. Renee’s poodle, Penny,  is  an official comfort dog who she and her children bring to visit with seniors who are in the early stages of dementia at a local senior home once a month.

Danny Bonner, Office Assistant
Danny was born and raised in Centreville, Virginia, and received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Longwood University in 2017.  At Longwood, Danny was a member of the club baseball program as well as the fishing club. Before and during college, Danny held many positions in the hospitality industry at golf courses and country clubs. As an athlete and avid sports fan, Danny enjoys going into D.C. to watch the Nationals, Capitals and Redskins with his friends and family, and enjoys spending many weekends fishing and boating with his family at Lake Anna, including his two brothers and black lab mix, Louie. Since his first year at Westfield High School, Danny has volunteered with Our Neighbor’s Child during almost every holiday season, delivering gifts, cookies and wrapping paper to families in need.