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Trey T. Parker concentrates his practice in the related areas of estate planning, administration and taxation, and family business planning.

Trey earned his Bachelor of Science in Political Science, summa cum laude, from Old Dominion University’s Honors College, where he was named Most Outstanding Student in Political Science.  He received his Juris Doctor from Washington & Lee University School of Law, where he was a receipient of the Judge Earl A. Cadmus 1926 Law Memorial Scholarship, served as a Legal Writing Fellow, and was named to the American Inns of Court and Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society.

In his spare time, Trey enjoys writing articles about estate planning and volunteering in his community.  His articles have been published in the Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, the Virginia State Bar’s Trust and Estates Section Newsletter, and the WealthCounsel Quarterly.  He serves on the board of directors of the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports disabled children and wounded veterans


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Practice areas


  1. Business: 25%
  2. Trusts: 25%
  3. Tax: 25%
  4. Estate Planning: 25%



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  • James Gregory Hurley Jr.

    I endorse Trey. He is a hard worker, professional, and as skilled as they come in dealing with trust and estate work.


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  • Jan Freerk Hoen

    I endorse this lawyer. Trey is a bright, personable and able attorney who is experienced in estate planning. I refer estate planning and administration matters to his office in Williamsburg.


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Contact info

Carrell, Blanton, Ferris & Associates, P.L.C.

460 McLaws Circle, Suite 200
Williamsburg, VA, 23185


VAAuthorized to practice law200803/31/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Top LawyerCoastal Virginia Magazine2015
Burks Writing ScholarWashington and Lee University2008
Judge Earle A. Cadmus 1926 Law Memorial ScholarshipWashington and Lee University School of Law2005
Most Outstanding Student in Political ScienceOld Dominion University2004
Summa Cum LaudeOld Dominion University2004
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PrincipalCarrell Blanton Ferris & Associates, PLC2016 - Present
AttorneyCarrell, Blanton, Ferris & Associates, PLC2013 - Present
AttorneyRack & Olansen, P.C.2011 - 2013
AssociateHall, Fox & AtLee, P.C.2010 - 2011
AssociateWillcox & Savage, PC2008 - 2010
Summer AssociateWillcox & Savage, PC2007 - 2007
Summer AssociateMidgett and Preti, P.C.2006 - 2006
Association namePosition nameDuration
WealthCounselMember2013 - Present
Virginia Bar AssociationMember2012 - Present
Virginia State Bar, Trusts and Estates SectionMember2011 - Present
United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of VirginiaN/A2011 - Present
United States Tax CourtN/A2011 - Present
Virginia Gentlemen Foundation, Inc.Board of Directors2009 - Present
Virginia State BarMember2008 - Present
Phi Delta Phi legal fraternityMember2006 - Present
Golden Key International Honour SocietyMember2004 - Present
Pi Sigma AlphaMember2003 - Present
Phi Sigma TauMember2003 - Present
Phi Kappa PhiMember2003 - Present
Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association, Young Lawyers SectionMember2008 - 2009
Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar Association, CLE CommitteeMember2008 - 2009
Norfolk and Portsmouth Bar AssociationMember2008 - 2009
American Inns of CourtMember2007 - 2008
American Academy of Political and Social SciencesFellow2003 - 2004
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Civil LawsuitSuccessful - Defense Verdict
Reckless Driving CaseNot Guilty
Chapter 13 BankruptcyStopped Foreclosure - Confirmed Ch. 13 Plan
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Publication nameTitleDate
Virginia Lawyers WeeklyThe New Relevance of Income Taxes in Estate Planning2016
Colony Life MagazineMaintaining Privacy in Your Estate Plan2015
Colony Life MagazineHow Can I Leave Assets to My Beneficiaries While Still Guarding Against Financial Irresponsibility, Failed Marriages, or Financial Predators2014
Colony Life MagazineCreating a Family Legacy Through the Use of Dynasty Trusts2014
Nextdoor Neighbors MagazineLove, Money & Control - Beneficiaries' Right to Information2014
Nextdoor Neighbors MagazineLove, Money & Control - Healthcare2014
Virginia State Bar Trusts and Estates Section NewsletterThe Trustee's Duty to Diversify When the Grantor or Beneficiaries Desire Asset Retention2012
Wealthcounsel QuarterlyThe Lesser Known Duty to Inform and Report to Beneficiaries of a Trust2012
Willcox and Savage Tech Law LetterTo Click or to Browse - That is the Question2009
INTA BULLETINOBX - A Place, Not a Mark2009
Willcox and Savage Tech Law LetterWashington Redskins Score in Trademark Dispute2009
Willcox and Savage Tech Law LetterCourt Rules Altered COOL WATER Labels Uncool2009
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Washington and Lee University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2008
Old Dominion UniversityPolitical ScienceBS - Bachelor of Science2004
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
The Complete Trust CourseThe Complete Trust Course2016
Public SeminarWills v. Trusts2016
Income and Estate Tax Update for ClientsMaximizing Tax-Savings Opportunities with a Revocable Living Trust2016
CE ProgramWills, Trusts, Estates Under the Current Federal and Virginia Laws2016
CEMaximizing Tax-Savings Opportunities for Your Clients with a Revocable Living Trust2016
Public SeminarRecent Changes in the Law That May Affect Your Estate Plan2015
Retirement Planning Seminar at Fort LeeEstate Planning in Virginia2014
Public SeminarWills v. Trusts2014
CE ProgramEstate Planning For Blended Families2014
CE ProgramWhat Every Professional Advisor Needs to Know About Powers of Attorney2014
CE ProgramEstate Planning in a Changing Environment2014
CE ProgramEstate Planning After ATRA: Are "A/B" Trusts Still Relevant?2014
CE ProgramWills, Trusts and Estates2014