Article Review: My right to death with dignity at 29

“This article describes one young woman’s decision to take control of her end-of-life decisions in light of a heart-wrenching terminal diagnosis. While the Commonwealth of Virginia, the District and Maryland do not have “Death with Dignity” statutes, they do permit each of us to maintain control over our medical care by naming a healthcare agent […]

Trust-Based Asset Protection Strategies

You don’t have to make your family’s assets easy for creditors to reach. Protecting your hard-earned assets for the benefit of yourself and your family can be accomplished through careful planning. These seven trust-based asset protection strategies can put significant (and often insurmountable) obstacles in the way of a creditor. In this post you will […]

Monday Read In: College Student and Finances

Are Your Assets Ready for College? (via WSJ.com) One approach, conceivably, might be to stuff as much money as possible into retirement accounts in the years before your child goes to college, so that you will get the benefits both of the tax-deferred retirement savings and the reduced EFC. But Mr. Onink cautions against overdoing […]

Join us for the Teddy Bear 5K & 1K Fun Walk and Run

Don’t miss the Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center’s Second Annual Teddy Bear 5K & 1K Fun Walk/Run on September 28, 2014. Strollers welcome! Registration is still open! Come Early to the Fun Fair at 2 pm – Games, Face Painting & a Silent Auction. This family-friendly event benefits the Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center, a high-quality early childhood education program designed to give all young […]

Office Closure and Renovation Announcement

Good news! Our office renovation is coming to a close, and we are so excited to move back into our new spaces and put all the amazing upgrades to work for you. To that end, we want to notify you of an office closure and phone delays which coincide with our final transition back into the office. […]

Renovation Update – July 15

The renovations are moving along as scheduled. Here are some images from a visit today. IMAGE 1:  Our lobby area. The ceilings and carpet are in transition. Walls yet to be affected. IMAGE 2: Framing in for the new offices. Wiring going in this week. IAMGE 3: View from the back of the office suite. […]

Monday Read-In

Sometimes love isn’t all you need (USA TODAY) It’s becoming common for older people in romantic relationships simply to live together. Marriage may seem unnecessary. However, couples that live together do not have the same legal rights as married couples. Consider some possible scenarios. You’ve lived together for 15 years. He moved into your place. You […]

Renovation Announcement at C&P

Exciting news from Conway & Pannell, PLLC!  After 15 years in our current location, we are pleased to announce the renovation of our McLean offices beginning next Wednesday, July 2nd.  The past few months have been spent planning ways to enhance your experience as clients, improve efficiency in our workspace and upgrade the aesthetics of […]

C&P Tax Bites: Summer day camp may save you taxes

The passing of Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer in the minds of many Americans. Although the kids might still be in school for a couple more weeks, summer day camp is rapidly approaching for many families. If yours is among them, did you know that sending your child to day camp might make […]