Redmon, Peyton & Braswell represents both businesses and individuals. The Firm identifies six Practice Areas:
Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
Business Entities, Tax Planning and Real Estate
Investigations and Criminal Defense
Trust, Probate and Estate Planning
Our Bankruptcy practice focuses on the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Alexandria. The courthouse is a 3-minute walk from our offices. One of the Firm’s partners, Gordon Peyton, is a Bankruptcy Trustee. Apart from the Trustee-related work, we represent primarily creditors in business bankruptcies, and Nick Baney handles consumer bankruptcy filings.
The Business Entities, Tax Planning and Real Estate practice, anchored by Gant Redmon, John Braswell, John Rogers and Nick Gehrig, represents clients in the formation of their business entities—corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies—and in the ongoing operation of those entities. This legal representation extends to a broad range of business tax issues. We also assist our clients in buying and selling entities and assets. When the assets are real estate, Anusce Sinai is one of the Firm’s lawyers who have the appropriate expertise.
The Firm‘s trial lawyers regularly appear in the nearby Alexandria federal court and in the Fairfax County Circuit Court, the two leading business courts in Virginia. Several of our partners—Jack Coffey, Rob Marino and James Kurz—are former AmLaw 100 firm partners. Dan Mauler brings his IT background to the eDiscovery component of litigation. Because we own a lengthy trial resume and because we are close to the federal courthouse, we often serve as local counsel in commercial and IP cases in the Alexandria federal court and in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Paul Maloof has a unique specialty in dealing with foreign judgments, both domestic and international.
Redmon, Peyton & Braswell provides criminal defense representation. Our partner Tom Carter has tried more than 2,000 cases—an accomplishment that places him among the most experienced trial attorneys in the United States.
Our lawyers from our Trust, Probate and Estate Planning practice area represent individuals. Whether the need is for a personal will or a complex estate plan, we provide the very personal service that our clients deserve. If the situation requires a guardian ad litem, the lawyer-of-choice is Elizabeth Lynch.
Please Note: Results in a particular case depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not predict similar results in any future case.