Hi, my name's Bobby Feisee and I'm an estate planning attorney in Ashburn, Virginia (VA). I founded my firm, Insight Law, because my passion is working with people and helping them plan for the future.
I tell everyone that estate planning is absolutely critical for properly organizing and planning the financial future of you and your loved ones. I realized this through a difficult personal experience I had with a loved one. My father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and I reviewed his estate plan (i.e. his Will, Trust, Power of Attorney and Medical Directives). I realized I made a terrible mistake not reviewing these documents with him earlier. I also made the mistake of not talking to my dad’s attorney and financial advisor. The legal documents were basically a bunch of boiler plate forms that really gave us no direction on what my dad’s wishes were.
If that wasn't bad enough, I realized that my dad’s attorney never talked to my dad’s financial advisor to discuss his plan. We could have saved a lot of money and a lot of heartache for my mother if my dad’s financial plan was integrated with his estate plan.
Here I was, an attorney who was learning about financial planning and I was seeing all the worst things happen to my own family. I felt helpless. I began taking matters into my own hands and learned everything I could about estate planning.
I decided to focus on estate planning and to work with financial advisors in helping people with some of the most important decisions in their life. I felt that people didn’t really understand the consequences of the choices they were making when it came to estate planning. My career path has led me to this point in my life where I can’t possibly think of doing anything else.”
I'm a high school lacrosse coach for Madison High School, located in Vienna, Virginia. I previously coached Oakton High School where we won 3 state championship titles. I played his college lacrosse at Syracuse University and I'm very proud to say that I'm a two-time national lacrosse champion. I also coached the Iroquois National Team in the 2008 World Games.
I also volunteer by teaching frequent clinics for the local youth programs and high schools.