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ANDREW T. "CHIP" RICHARDSON, III, ESQ.

Since being first admitted to practice in 1995, I have been fortunate and blessed to help many individuals, families and businesses with their legal matters.

I consider it a privilege to be an attorney and take seriously the responsibility that comes with that privilege. In my current practice, I am pleased to represent individuals with probate, estate planning and elder law issues; entrepreneurs with business, contract and real estate matters and organizations with business formation, leasing and transactions.  I previously served as General Counsel for the Executive Office of the Mayor of Washington, D.C. And, I have served as a member of the Fiduciary Panel of Attorneys for the District of Columbia Superior Court.

My clients are important to me and I strive to do the best job I can in handling their legal matters.

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Attorney

Primary Practice Jurisdiction:  District of Columbia

William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, JD  1995

Advisor

I have advised clients in both the public and private sectors on a range of issues affecting business, local communities and families.  

Advocate

Often, my work calls for me to stand up for those who cannot do so themselves.  This includes work on behalf of some of the most vulnerable among us:  those unable to competently care for themselves and still others who are at great risk of being taken advantage of due to poor health, age or incapacity.  Much of that help has been through the provision of low-cost or pro-bono legal service.