Anne Wolf, Thienel & Lusk LLC


Anne Wolf, ParalegalAnne joined Lusk Law, LLC in December, 2015, previously having worked in estate planning and international taxation matters for a Montgomery County law firm. Anne’s legal background was established in 1997 when she started working for a local attorney while living in a small town in Southeastern Georgia. So began a love for the law and, during her years traveling the U.S. and the world as a former military spouse, she was able to work in a variety of legal settings, including volunteer work for the military. She is a graduate of University of Maryland University College with a degree in Business Law and Public Policy as well as a minor in American History, and holds a paralegal certification from NALS, the Association for Legal Professionals as well as being a member of the Maryland Association of Paralegals . Her favorite practice areas are civil litigation, and landlord and tenant law, and she always relishes researching new methods to streamline office procedures and practices for better efficiency.

Anne3 Anne has two daughters, both students in the Frederick County School systems. Camden is an accomplished artist while Claire is a cellist. Anne is also an aficionado of historical architecture and photographs old buildings. She loves to travel and is planning a trip to France in 2018.

Anne also does historical film work for Lionheart Productions in Richmond, VA and has been featured on A&E, the History Channel, American Heroes Network, and the Travel Channel. Anne looks forward to continuing to provide great paraprofessional assistance to all of Lusk Law’s current and future clients as part of the firm’s goal of offering the best legal services available.

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