Ken Labowitz has been a pre-eminent litigator in fiduciary matters in Northern Virginia for 30 years, specializing in the areas of elder law and probate administration. He has also served as guardian, trustee, and estate administrator in hundreds of matters across the Commonwealth. He continues to represent family members and others in estate and trust litigation and guardianships. He is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University School of Law and Grinnell College. He has spoken at numerous programs on fiduciary matters and has taught as an adjunct at the Georgetown University Law Center and the Columbus School of Law and the Catholic University of America. In the 1980s, he filed groundbreaking lawsuits concerning discrimination against people with HIV and AIDS, among the earliest such suits filed.
Ken is admitted to practice in Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Texas, and California.