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I could not have asked for a better experience with Mr. Sokolow. He listened, answered questions clearly, and... more
Washington  Aaron G. Sokolow

Aaron Sokolow

Washington, DC Landlord / Tenant
Avvo rating 7.9
Had a DC-based case after moving away and had used the old - "who do you know" method of finding an attorney... more
Washington  Richard S Sternberg

Richard Sternberg

Washington, DC Real Estate
Avvo rating 10.0
Very rude and disrespectful, undermined the attorney client relationship the entire time. Additionally made... more
Washington  Cheryl D Stein

Cheryl Stein

Washington, DC Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.1
I finished up a case over a year ago that drained my bank account. I used a prominent attorney in Milton,... more
Washington  Earlynn Mae Stillwell

Earlynn Stillwell

Pensacola, FL Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 7.3
Heather was my custody lawyer, she never kept me informed, I could never get ahold of her, she will send you... more
Washington  Heather KS Nalley

Heather Nalley

Howell, MI Family
Avvo rating 7.1
Scott was very in-tuned with my case. He already had information on my arresting officer before I even had... more
Washington  Scott Carl Athen

Scott Athen

Annapolis, MD DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 8.4
Mr. Bloom on two different ocassions handled matters for me when I or my family seemed to have been... more
Washington  David Bloom

David Bloom

Chicago, IL Business
Avvo rating 6.5
Barbara stepped in on very short notice, quickly analyzed the claims being brought against us, and provided... more
Washington  Barbara Rowland

Barbara Rowland

Woonsocket, RI Business
Avvo rating 6.5


practicing lawyers in Washington

You can expect the capital of the United States of America to have some significant history attached to it. President George Washington himself chose a site along the Potomac River to become the capital city, Washington, DC.

The struggles throughout history did not leave out the nation’s capital. During the War of 1812, Washington, DC was attacked in an event known as the Burning of Washington.

The reconstruction of the major historical markers took a great deal of construction work, including rebuilding the White House and the Capitol building. Restoration of the downtown area took place with the McMillan Plan of 1901, and this is where many of the amazing monuments and the National Mall that we visit today came from.