Jenn Crane is a trusts and estates attorney who focuses her practice on special needs and elder law. She brings a unique blend of compassion, dedication, and responsiveness to the clients she serves.
Upon graduating from Catholic University's Columbus School of Law, Jenn clerked for the Honorable Zinora Mitchell-Rankin of D.C. Superior Court. She entered into private practice in 2007.
Jenn is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and sits on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. In 2022, Jenn was awarded the Accredited Estate Planner Designation (AEP®) by The National Association of Estate Planners and Councils, a graduate-level specialization that recognizes educated, knowledgeable, experienced, and ethical estate planning professionals. In 2023, she was named a Qualified Master Counselor in the field of Trusts and Estates by the Virginia Law Foundation/Virginia CLE based on her demonstrated dedication to the comprehensive study and practice of her chosen profession.
In 2023, she also was named a member of the Special Needs Alliance. Membership in the SNA is selective and competitive and is extended by invitation only. Attorneys must meet specific criteria to ensure that SNA clients are served with the utmost professionalism and compassion. Criteria include a minimum number of years of practice in the special needs area and proven involvement with disability advocacy organizations.
When Jenn isn't working, her favorite place is with her husband, five children, and the greatest dogs on the planet, no matter where that place is.