Lisa M. Tuck graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in 2003. She fell in love with the Richmond area and decided to stay in order to make it her home. Ms. Tuck’s practice focuses primarily in the areas of estate planning; estate and trust litigation; fiduciary litigation, including demands for accountings and petitions to remove administrators, executors, trustees, guardians, conservators, and agents; as well as general civil litigation. Her background as a social worker gives her a deeper understanding and unique perspective on how to address issues in the area of elder law and those with special needs.
She is a member in good standing of the Virginia Bar Association and the Chesterfield Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in all of the state courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Ms. Tuck received her undergraduate degree from Carson-Newman College, her Master’s degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work and her law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond.