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5 Offit Kurman Attorneys Voted Northern Virginia Magazine Top Lawyers for 2019


For Immediate Release

Tysons Corner, VA | December 9, 2019

Offit Kurman is pleased to announce that five of the firm’s attorneys have been named to Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2019 Top Lawyers list: Joseph A. Condo, Richard A. Gray, Lauren A. Jenkins, Alison K. Noll, and Thomas W. Repczynski. The list appears in Northern Virginia Magazine’s December 2019 issue.

To assemble its annual list, Northern Virginia Magazine sends surveys to hundreds of Northern Virginia lawyers asking them to recommend other attorneys to whom they would refer family and friends. Those named Top Attorneys are the ones who received the most votes.

Attorneys on the list are divided into five categories: Criminal Law, Divorce & Family Law, Financial Law, Personal Injury Law, and Real Estate Law. Mr. Condo and Mr. Gray are included under Divorce & Family Law, while Ms. Noll, Ms. Jenkins, and Mr. Repczynski are included under Financial Law.

Each of Offit Kurman’s 2019 Northern Virginia Magazine honorees has spent multiple years on the list: Mr. Condo in 2010 and 2015–2018; Mr. Gray in 2014–2018; Ms. Noll in 2015 and 2017–2018; Ms. Jenkins in 2017; and Mr. Repczynski in 2016–2018. Additionally, Ms. Noll and Ms. Jenkins were named Top Financial Professionals from 2014–2016.

For more information about the Offit Kurman attorneys named to Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2019 Top Lawyers list, or to get in touch with an attorney, visit



ABOUT JOSEPH CONDO | 703.745.1840

Joe Condo focuses his practice in the areas of Family Law. Recognized as one of the most accomplished and proficient family-law attorneys in Virginia, Joe Condo has been in practice for 45 years. He has been included in all of Washingtonian Magazine’s lists of the Washington area’s best divorce lawyers since 1981, described in the magazine’s February 2009 issue as a “Virginia legend” who “knows how it’s done.” He was chosen by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America beginning with its first edition in 1983, and has been listed in each edition since.



Richard A. Gray focuses his practice on Family Law. Drawing on his undergraduate and graduate degrees in psychology, Richard is sensitive to how these feelings can affect important decisions that a client is trying to make. Knowing that divorce cannot change the past he directs his clients to the future and helps families rebuild their lives with dignity and emotional stability. Rather than spending unnecessary resources prolonging conflict, Richard works with clients to find solutions for moving forward and maintaining civility with each other, especially for the sake of children.



Lauren A. Jenkins focuses her practice on tax and estate planning, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, trust and estate administration, and tax compliance in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Ms. Jenkins is a sought-after lecturer and author on estate planning, estate administration, and trust topics. She has been a featured speaker at numerous seminars, symposia, and programs hosted by industry groups, bar associations, and government agencies. Her writing has appeared in publications such as Thomson ReutersVirginia Lawyer, and Probate & Property. Ms. Jenkins is also the Immediate Past Chair of the Virginia State Bar Trusts and Estates Section. In recognition of her work, Ms. Jenkins has received a number of awards and honors, including distinction as a Top Lawyer, Top Wealth Advisor, and Top Financial Professional in lists published by Washingtonian Magazine, Bethesda Magazine, and Arlington Magazine, and is a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.




Alison K. Noll primarily focuses her practice on tax and estate planning, trust and estate administration, real estate matters, and premarital and postmarital agreements. She assists individuals and families, including many small business owners, with the preparation of comprehensive estate plans, including all types of revocable and irrevocable trusts, each specifically tailored to her client’s individual needs. Ms. Noll regularly counsels executors, trustees, and beneficiaries with navigating the complex maze of probate, trust administration, and fiduciary litigation matters. She also advises business owners, from formation and corporate governance to business succession planning. In conjunction with her representation of businesses and individuals, along with her experience in serving as counsel to title companies, she frequently advises clients on real estate matters.





Mr. Repczynski is a Principal and Shareholder with Offit Kurman’s Commercial Litigation (South) Practice Group, focused on developing and expanding the firm’s Estates and Trusts Litigation practice area. Tom’s practice emphasizes inheritance-related matters involving will/trust/insurance beneficiaries, executors, trustees, guardians, and attorneys-in-fact under Powers of Attorney and includes creditors’ rights enforcement, real estate litigation, and general commercial business disputes. Tom routinely pursues, defends, and negotiates the broadest range of fiduciary proceedings pre- and post-judgment actions and workouts, and real-estate related disputes of all types (e.g. commercial leasing, title, inheritance, etc.).





Offit Kurman, a full-service AmLaw 200 law firm with offices throughout the East Coast and in Southern California, serves dynamic businesses, individuals and families. Founded in 1987, the firm’s 280+ attorneys counsel clients across more than 30 areas of practice. Offit Kurman helps maximize and protect business value and personal wealth by providing innovative and entrepreneurial counsel that focuses on clients’ business objectives, interests and goals. The firm is distinguished by the quality, breadth and global reach of its legal services and a unique operational structure that encourages a culture of collaboration.