Barbara S. Anderson, Esq. is the principal of LEPLC. She focuses on the areas of estate and trust planning, probate and administration, guardianships and conservatorships, incapacity and disability planning, and crisis management. She also serves as a fiduciary and care manager to several local senior citizens.
Mrs. Anderson now chairs the executive committee of the Virginia State Bar's Conference of Local Bar Associations, and was elected to the Bar Council of the Virginia State Bar in 2015. She also sits on the Executive Committee of the VSB Bar Council. In January 2017 Mrs. Anderson was inducted as a Fellow of the Virginia Law Foundation. Other professional memberships include the Alexandria Bar Association, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Virginia Bar Association.
Mrs. Anderson and her husband raised two sons in Alexandria, and she actively participates in numerous Church, public school, alumni, civic and community organizations, frequently serving in leadership positions. A past president of the Alexandria Bar Association, she also served as Board president of Senior Services of Alexandria (SSA), an organization whose mission is: “To foster independence and self-sufficiency, enabling seniors within the City of Alexandria to age with dignity.” Mrs. Anderson continues to work with SSA to form partnerships within the City to provide resources and services, and organized the Senior Law Day presentations for residents of the City.
She was named an "Influential Woman of Virginia" in 2011 by Virginia Lawyers Media.
District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 1983
United States Tax Court, 1983
Supreme Court of Virginia, 1984
Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C. J.D., 1982
George Washington University, Washington, D.C., B.A., 1973
The Counselor and the Law (Fourth Edition) 1996, Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. (Second Edition, 1985, Third Edition, 1990, co-author)
ADA Compliance Guide, contributing editor, 1990-98. Washington, D.C.: Thompson Publishing Group.
Section 504 Compliance Guide, formerly the Handicapped Requirements Handbook, contributing editor, 1980-98. Washington, D.C.: Thompson Publishing Group.
Natalie T. Page, Esq. is an attorney at L&EPLC. She focuses on estate planning and probate, trust planning and administration, and incapacity planning, including guardianships and conservatorships. She enjoys speaking to groups about these matters.
Mrs. Page has been practicing in various areas of the law since her graduation from the University of Virginia Law School in 1993. She began practice as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Washington State and, upon moving with her husband to Australia in 1996, became licensed to practice in the Australian state of Queensland. Mrs. Page’s Australian practice included the representation of both insurers and plaintiffs in personal injury litigation. She also practiced family law. Mrs. Page returned to the United States with her family in 2004 and was admitted to practice in Virginia in 2005. Professional memberships include the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Alexandria Bar Association.
Mrs. Page and her husband reside in Alexandria with their young daughter. Mrs. Page is active in her Church, her daughter’s school, and Girl Scouts.
Supreme Court of Washington, 1993
Queensland Law Society, 1999
Supreme Court of Virginia, 2005
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, J.D., 1993
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, B.A. 1989
Marcia is the Office Manager and Bookkeeper for the firm. A graduate of The University of Kansas, Marcia came to Washington, D.C. to work as a Legislative Research Assistant to Congressman Larry Winn, Jr. (R-Kansas) and stayed with the office until just before her daughter was born.
She and her husband are long time Alexandria residents who have been active in a variety of volunteer positions, and raised their two children here.
Administrative Assistant Timmi Wood was born and raised in Virginia Beach. After graduating from Old Dominion University she married and taught elementary school in the public school system before moving to Alexandria in 1970. Their son graduated from St. Stephens School and she has two granddaughters.
Timmi was active in the past with TWIG, the Campagna Center, Alexandria Hospital, Women’s Giving Group of Alexandria, Life with Cancer, Alexandria Symphony, the Hunting Creek Garden Club, and she was co-chair of Historic Garden Week in Alexandria. An entrepreneur, Timmi is the owner of Always Write Fine Stationery Company in Alexandria, a company she has run for 25 years.