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A Tradition of ExcellenceMcCandlish Lillard traces its roots to 1908. Over the years, its lawyers have been involved in the growth of Northern Virginia, not only from a legal perspective, but in a wide variety of legal, civic and professional endeavors. A century of looking forwardMcCandlish lawyers bring both a 100-year tradition and an eye to the high tech digital age to each client we represent. Highly-skilled, efficient and responsive legal representation. And innovative, creative and cutting-edge approaches to legal challenges. The best of both worlds, in one exceptional firm. A century of looking forwardMcCandlish lawyers bring both a 100-year tradition and an eye to the high tech digital age to each client we represent. Highly-skilled, efficient and responsive legal representation. And innovative, creative and cutting-edge approaches to legal challenges. The best of both worlds, in one exceptional firm. A century of looking forwardMcCandlish lawyers bring both a 100-year tradition and an eye to the high tech digital age to each client we represent. Highly-skilled, efficient and responsive legal representation. And innovative, creative and cutting-edge approaches to legal challenges. The best of both worlds, in one exceptional firm. A century of looking forwardMcCandlish lawyers bring both a 100-year tradition and an eye to the high tech digital age to each client we represent. Highly-skilled, efficient and responsive legal representation. And innovative, creative and cutting-edge approaches to legal challenges. The best of both worlds, in one exceptional firm.
 

Featured Practice

Elder Law/Special Needs

In planning for the present and the future, the attorneys at McCandlish Lillard take the time to get to know clients in order to provide individuals and families with candid expertise, careful attention, and compassion to understand and address legal issues in the areas of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning.

Meet the Team

R. Peyton Mahaffey

R. Peyton Mahaffey

Peyton Mahaffey has more than 35 years of experience handling complex, multi-party business, commercial, fiduciary, litigation in state and federal courts; as well as arbitrating and mediating such matters.

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Special Needs Trusts for the Elderly and Disabled

Elizabeth Gray is one of the presenters for the CLE webinar “Special Needs Trusts for the Elderly and Individuals with Disabilities to Protect Public Benefits.”