Elizabeth Mason Horsley has joined Christian & Barton where she will continue representing clients on trust and estate matters. Her practice includes assisting corporate and private clients with administration of estates and trusts and advising individuals concerning the preparation of estate plans. In addition, Horsley has experience representing clients in contested estate and trust matters and has handled a variety of fiduciary litigation involving trust and estate administration. She has brought suits to probate wills and to judicially modify or terminate trusts, and she has served as an expert witness regarding the reasonableness of attorney’s fees in estate litigation. She also has experience with conservator and guardian matters.
In addition to her legal practice, Horsley is active on the Virginia Bar Association’s Wills, Trusts & Estates Section Legislative Committee. She also serves on the board of the Virginia Horse Center Foundation and is a member of the University of Georgia Parents Leadership Council where she serves on the Grants Committee.
Horsley received her law degree from the Washington & Lee University, and her undergraduate degree from Sweet Briar College.
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