Vera Lea Golenzer

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Vera Lea  Golenzer

Needham Mitnick & Pollack, PLC

400 South Maple Avenue
Suite 210
Falls Church, VA 22046
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VERA LEA GOLENZER concentrates her practice in estate planning and administration, probate, guardianship, conservatorship, and elder law.  Ms. Golenzer serves regularly as a Guardian Ad Litem for incapacitated persons in the circuit courts of Virginia.  She served on the Board of Directors for the McLean Estate Planning Council from 2009- 2012.  Ms. Golenzer is licensed to practice law in the states of Virginia and Maryland and the District of Columbia.  Vera is a member of the Virginia State Bar, Maryland State Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar, Fairfax County Bar Association, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Northern Virginia Estate Planning Council, and the McLean Estate Planning Council.

Ms. Golenzer is dedicated to providing professional, effective, and compassionate representation to each and every client, tailored specifically to the client’s individual needs and goals. 

Ms. Golenzer earned her J.D. degree in 1991 from Villanova University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Having launched their two children off to college, Ms. Golenzer lives in Vienna, Virginia, with her husband of thirty one years and their two German Shepherds.  Vera is also active in her church community and serves on the Parish Council.  Vera can be reached at

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