Cameron McEvoy, PLLC, is pleased to announce that John Dedon has been honored with admission as a Fellow into the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. The College is the country’s leading association of estate and trust attorneys. ACTEC Fellows are only selected by nomination, and then the vote, of existing ACTEC members.
“It is a privilege to be included among these relatively few ACTEC members,” John said. “I’m sure my clients will benefit from my involvement and interaction with other members.”
John’s practice at Cameron/McEvoy covers a variety of estate planning, estate administration and estate dispute issues, encompassing charitable planning, asset protection and wealth preservation strategies. He has been selected the last two years (2018 and 2019) in Washingtonian, Top Lawyers. John has been named for several years running in Best Lawyers in America; Martindale-Hubbell Top Rated Estate and Taxation Lawyer; Washingtonian Best Financial Advisers; and Northern Virginia Magazine Top Financial Professionals. John is a frequent speaker and writer on estate planning issues relevant to his clients.