Jonathan N. Francis, Esquire
Attorney Jonathan Francis is a Northern Virginia native who has remained in Virginia through his education and his career. Jonathan helps his clients make informed decisions about their businesses, estates and real estate.
Jonathan regularly appears in court for the enforcement of agreements including leases, promissory notes, business agreements, service agreements (electrician, plumber, renovations, etc), the sale of businesses and the sale of homes. Jonathan's practice areas include Business Law and Business Formation; Wills, Trusts and Estates; Real Estate; Landlord and Tenant Law; and creating, reviewing amending and negotiating Contracts.
Jonathan also participates in the Prince William Bar Pro Bono Committee's Wills for Veterans program, by drafting estate documents and giving a presentation to veterans and their spouses explaining the parts of a Will, Powers of Attorney, and Medical Directives, as well as the important decisions that everyone needs to consider in order to have these documents created.
Jonathan has also created estate documents as a part of the Virginia State Bar's Wills for Heroes program, which provides Wills for police officers, firefighters, sheriffs, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and other first responders.
Jonathan earned both of his Undergraduate Degrees and his Law Degree from the College of William and Mary, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Jonathan is a member of the Prince William County Bar Association and the Virginia
Jacqueline C. Smith, Esquire
Prince William County attorney Jacqueline Smith has distinguished herself through her zealous and devoted work on behalf of all her clients in the Prince William County Area. Jacqueline has dedicated her career to providing quality legal services to her clients regardless of their ability to pay. Jacqueline's practice is focused primarily on representing people injured in accidents in Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Jacqueline has also logged thousands of pro bono hours providing free legal assistance to the residents of Virginia and the District of Columbia, and has achieved remarkable results on their behalf in the areas of child care and protection, disaster response, federal and state income tax disputes and insurance disputes. Jacqueline's accomplishments have been publicized in legal publications including The Daily Washington Law Reporter and The Advocate Magazine.
Jacqueline’s passion for pro bono work also brought her to New Orleans where she spent hundreds of hours assisting New Orleans residents rendered homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Jacqueline made it possible for homeowners to return to New Orleans and rebuild by helping them to prove ownership of their homes- a difficult task after the flood waters that overtook the city caused massive destruction of records in the court.
Jacqueline earned her Juris Doctor from the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts degree from George Mason University. She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, Virginia State Bar, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Prince William County Bar Association and the American Bar Association.