People on the Move – Evan H. Farr

Certified Elder Law Attorney Evan H. Farr of The Law Firm of Evan H. Farr, P.C. , an Elder Law and Estate Planning firm based in Fairfax, was recently honored as one of 2012’s “Leaders in the Law” – an annual award presented by Virginia Lawyers Weekly.

The “Leaders in the Law” award honors those within the legal community who are working to better the legal profession through mentoring and involvement within their community, as well as going above and beyond in their everyday job. Honorees set the standard for other lawyers in Virginia and represent the most influential individuals within Virginia’s legal community.

Here is a sampling of Evan’s accomplishments in 2012:

  • Evan co-authored (along with other top attorneys from across the country), a consumer-oriented book, entitled “Protect & Defend.” Americans proved their desire to learn more about protecting their assets: the book ranked #1 on two best seller lists and made it on to a total of four best seller lists total.  The book is available on
  • Evan is the current President of the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.  He has been an integral part of the push towards developing and mastering legal strategies to help middle class citizens protect their assets from the expenses of Long-Term Care.  Specifically, Evan’s Living Trust Plus™ is an asset protection trust Evan has created and uses to protect assets from general creditors as well as long-term care creditors.  Clients are thrilled and surprised when they learn of the capabilities of the Living Trust Plus™ and how it can literally change their life and their loved ones’ lives, too.  In fact, Evan started a national network of Living Trust Plus™ attorneys who license the software from him and are able to use this trust for their clients.  The website brings in traffic from across the U.S., where visitors can then search for attorneys in their state whom Evan has licensed.
  • Farr was honored at the seventh annual Leadership in the Law event hosted by Virginia Lawyers Weekly  on Oct. 25 at the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond.
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