Ann Mayhew Golski
Representing seniors and their families
* Drafting wills, advance directives, and powers of attorney
* Probate litigation
* Guardianships and Conservatorships
* Elder abuse
* Fiduciary matters (a fiduciary is a person who owes a duty to act in anotherâ€™s best interest)
* Financial misuse and fraud (including misuse of joint accounts)
* Power of attorney disputes
* Undue Influence
* Fraudulent conveyances
* Will contests
* Age and disability discrimination and other workplace issues
* Medical decision-making disputes
* Guardian ad litem services
Golski Law Group, PLC offers experienced representation to seniors and their families to navigate the many complex issues facing the aging population today. Unfortunately, even with proper estate planning, serious disputes can and do arise. We are equipped with the specific knowledge and experience to handle these disputes. Our first priority is preventing problems from reaching the litigation stage and resolving disputes that may not need to go to trial. If litigation is unavoidable, we fight hard for our clientsâ€™ best interests all the way through the end of trial.
Golski Law Group PLC
1325 Redgate Ave
Norfolk VA 23507
Tel: 757 965--374
Fax: 757 965--375
Ms. Golski offers more than 17 years of legal experience and focuses her practice on litigation affecting seniors, estates, trusts, guardians and incapacitated persons. Ms. Golski also serves as a Guardian ad litem for incapacitated adults. She has wide-ranging experience in courtrooms on matters relating to fiduciaries, trusts, estates, business, contract disputes, negligence, medical malpractice, and professional liability.
Before launching her own firm to better meet clientsâ€™ needs, Ms. Golski practiced with the law firms of Kaufman & Canoles in Norfolk, and later Williams Mullen and The Rack Law Firm in Virginia Beach. Ms. Golski was also an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching legal writing skills and ethics at William & Mary Law School. She served several years as Law Clerk to Virginia Supreme Court Justice Barbara M. Keenan.
Ms. Golski earned her law degree at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary in 1991. She received a B.A. from the University of Virginia in 1984.