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Washington  Richard Alan Gray

Richard Gray

Washington, DC Alimony
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Elena guided me through a very difficult case of child custody. She is an excellent attorney who is very well prepared... more
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Elena Iuga

Washington, DC Litigation
Avvo rating 6.5
Mr. Konare offers outstanding services; he assisted me in my case and offered me great mental support. I have... more
Washington  Abdoul A Konare

Abdoul Konare

Washington, DC Immigration
Avvo rating 7.3
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Washington  Laurie A Amell

Laurie Amell

Washington, DC Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 6.6
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Washington  Vincent C Uchendu

Vincent Uchendu

Washington, DC Probate
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Natalie was amazing in handling my case with the Manhattan Club. She was able to sell back the property to them without... more
Washington  Natalie Koss

Natalie Koss

Washington, DC Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 8.8
First and foremost there is a reason Ms. Solomon has been selected by Super Lawyers Magazine two years in a row because... more
Washington  Ariel Elaine Solomon

Ariel Solomon

Washington, DC Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 10.0
Ms Murray prepared a Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, & Living Will. She was very professional, explained in... more
Washington  Amber Dianna Murray

Amber Murray

Washington, DC Immigration
Avvo rating 5.9

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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.