The current Winchester Office of Shenandoah Elder Law is located on the first floor of the historic Seymour House at Washington Street and Boscawen Street about 2 blocks from the Old Town Walking Mall in Winchester. Evidence suggests that Hessian prisoners of war may have constructed the stone structure during the Revolutionary War. The property was used as a leather tannery by several of the various owners over the years, as the Town Run flows through the property which allowed the tanners to soak hides and easily dispose of tanning chemicals.
Happily, downstream residents can be assured that a law practice does not generate such dangerous pollutants. In fact, Shenandoah Elder Law strives to be as paper-less an office as possible, taking advantage of modern scanning technology and abundant electronic storage.
Final versions of testamentary documents such as Wills and Trusts are printed on archival quality, lignin-free 100% cotton paper. Drafts are usually delivered by PDF to clients, which may certainly be printed out by clients if more convenient to read.
If you have not had the opportunity to visit the Seymour House, why not take advantage of a free legal consultation? You can visit an historic landmark in Winchester and at the same time move forward on getting your estate plan in place to provide for your loved ones.