The Elder & Disability Law Center

1020 19th Street NWSuite 510Washington, DC 20036- 6108

Updated: 01/04/2018


The mission of the Elder & Disability Law Center, is to provide centralized access to legal and practical resources for clients with a wide variety of Elder or Disability legal issues. Through in-depth counsel and representation, we assist families and individuals as they prepare for present and future long-term health care needs, take steps to protect assets in the event of disability or illness, and pass on assets according to their personal wishes. Contact us for a consultation today...


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Practice Areas

  • Elder Law
  • Guardianships/Conservatorships
  • Life Care Planning & Management
  • Medicaid Planning & Eligibility
  • Probate/Estate & Trust Administration
  • Special Needs Trusts




  • Zachary LaBriola, Legal Assistant
  • Vinoli Goonetilleke, Legal Assistant

Office Information


1020 19th Street NWSuite 510Washington, DC 20036- 6108


Other Offices

The Elder & Disability Law Center1950 Old Gallows RoadSuite 700, Tysons CornerVienna, Virginia 22182

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