Elizabeth ("Betty Van") Morrogh practices in the areas of Wills, Trusts, and Estates. Her practice includes estate planning, estate and trust administration, and litigation involving fiduciaries and fiduciary matters. She counsels clients in the preparation of estate planning documents to suit their needs and goals.
Ms. Morrogh's clients range from those who need a "simple" will to individuals who may benefit from more complex estate tax planning initiatives. She also represents fiduciaries, such as executors and trustees, to assist them in discharging their duties (including probate filings) or to advise them on legal issues or problems that may arise in connection with the administration of an estate or trust. Ms. Morrogh has substantial experience as a litigator and has handled fiduciary matters before the courts, including will contests, disputes among beneficiaries, and actions to remove fiduciaries.
Ms. Morrogh began her legal career in 1986 as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Fairfax County, Virginia. She left that job in 1992 to work as an attorney with Blankingship & Keith.