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If you have been appointed the executor of a loved one’s will, or a relative dies intestate (without a will), we are here to counsel you on the ins and outs of administering a decedent’s estate, an administrative court procedure known as probate.


trust & Estate Litigation

When a provision of the will is unclear, a court determination is needed to clarify and direct the executor on how to proceed. Terry Frank is a compassionate and experienced estate litigation lawyer in handling a wide range of probate and trust matters.

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Estate Planning

Planning for the future should not be stressful. No matter where you are in life, we’re committed to helping you prepare so that your nearest and dearest are protected and your assets are kept safe. Step into our office and we’ll help create a personalized plan to fit your unique needs and ensure your loved ones are covered no matter what life throws at you.


Commercial Litigation

Running a business means the inevitable business dispute. The disagreement over a particular contract clause, or the failure to deliver on a specific term, can have difficult and oftentimes costly results. Whether it’s a failed business venture or the breach of a commercial lease, Terry Frank Law has significant experience in representing a variety of business clients.


Property Disputes & Real Estate Litigation

Terry’s legal experience has always touched on property laws in one form or another. She is well versed in matters relating to title and boundary disputes, partition cases, contract disputes and others. With a deep understanding of property laws and extensive mediation and courtroom experience, our team at Terry Frank Law stands ready to assist.

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Local Counsel

Terry frequently acts as local counsel in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. While she regularly appears in all divisions, our office is closest to the Spottswood W. Robinson III and Robert R. Merhige, Jr., Federal Courthouse in Richmond, Virginia.