Located in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, The Law Office of Elizabeth M. Crego is a small practice geared towards giving personal, affordable legal counsel in both English and Spanish to people in Northern Virginia. Ms. Crego advises on landlord/ tenant, creditor/ debtor, and homeowners association (HOA)/ condominium law matters.
Prior to opening her solo law practice, Ms. Crego volunteered as a pro bono attorney with the Legal Aid Justice Center and Legal Services of Northern Virginia (and she continues to assist in pro bono matters for these organizations), assisting with bankruptcy, housing, and family law matters. From 2011 to 2014, Ms. Crego lived in Mexico City and assisted a Mexican law firm with the editing and translating English language legal documents and advising on US legal concepts. She worked with a boutique homeowners association law firm from 2007 through 2010, representing clients in debt collection, general litigation, and in filing bankruptcy claims. While studying law at George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, VA, she worked at the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office in Alexandria, assisting the attorneys with the arraignment and traffic dockets, researching criminal records, and in preparing briefs for appeals. Outside of the legal profession, she also has experience working as a government contractor in Washington DC.
Ms. Crego is a native of Northern Virginia and enjoys living in Alexandria with her husband and three young children.