About Rachel WinstonThe Winston Firm, P.C. is a solo practice property law firm specializing in commercial and residential land transactions; condominium and homeowners association representation; review, revision, interpretation and enforcement of condominium and subdivision project documents; easement disputes; foreclosures; loan workouts; priority disputes; and land use matters.
The firm also represents clients in the buying and selling of businesses; entity formation (including articles and operating agreements); asset purchase agreements; employment and agency agreements; and corporate governance documents.
For clients with non-complex estate planning needs, the firm will gladly assist with the drafting of basic estate planning documents.
Directory Practice Areas
- Business Law
- Real Estate Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|District of Columbia|
|Associate, Scheuer, Yost & Patterson, P.C.|
|Represented clients in commercial and residential land transactions, easement disputes, foreclosures, loan workouts, priority disputes, and land use matters, analyzed title and mortgage documents, drafted and negotiated commercial and residential leases, condominium project documents and subdivision CC&Rs, tracked ongoing changes to FHA/VA/Fannie Mae project requirements, and provided representation to condominium and subdivision homeowners associations. Represented clients in the buying and selling of businesses, entity formation, including articles and operating agreements, asset purchase agreements, employment and agency agreements, and corporate governance documents. Assisted clients with basic estate planning, including drafting wills, trusts and related estate documents, and assisting with estate probate matters.|
|University of New Mexico||J.D. (2005)||Law|
|Honors: Margaret Keiper Dailey Award for Professional Responsibility; Clinical Honors.|
|Activities: Editor, Natural Resources Journal|
|Bryn Mawr College||B.A.||English Literature|
|Member||Board of Adjustment||2007-Current|
|Details: Appointed by Mayor to serve on municipal board responsible for hearing development permit appeals and variance requests.|
|Member, District of Columbia Bar|
|Member, Maryland State Bar Association|
|Member, New Mexico State Bar|