Alfredo Vasquez is an experienced civil attorney licensed in Washington, D.C. and Virginia.
Born and raised in Peru, Alfredo is a fully bilingual lawyer in English and Spanish. He has experience working closely with clients from a wide range of backgrounds. His pragmatic approach and determined advocacy have resulted in successful outcomes for clients inside and outside the courtroom. He offers customized solutions tailored to each client's budget and priorities.
Before opening his own practice, Alfredo worked at a general practice law firm in Washington, D.C. where he focused on family law and civil litigation. There, he handled contested and uncontested divorces, guardianship petitions, real estate litigation, wills and trusts, and bankruptcy petitions.
Alfredo previously worked at Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Northern Virginia's legal aid provider. He provided low income clients with high quality representation, covering matters such as landlord-tenant, debt collection and foreclosure defense, and elder law.
Prior to his legal career, Alfredo worked at the world's largest proxy advisory firm, where he advised institutional shareholders on corporate governance at publicly traded companies in Latin America and the United States. His background in financial markets informs his client-focused law practice.
- BA, Duke University
- JD, American University Washington College of Law
BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS
- District of Columbia
- U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
"Mr. Vasquez worked on very difficult partition case. He worked very professionally and ensured that the case was properly handled. Mr. Vasquez is very detailed in his line of work and makes sure that all possibilities are considered." - Dung, March 8, 2021
"Alfredo is an excellent lawyer. He guided me every step of the way, and made the process easy. My case was resolved within two weeks. He met with me over the weekend to accommodate my needs. Thank you Alfredo!" - Gloria, March 20, 2021
Recent Blog Posts
Virginia’s Updated Landlord-Tenant Laws: What You Need to Know
Can I Keep My Fridge in a Foreclosure?
DC Case Law Updates: Foreign Judgments in D.C. Can Now Have a Longer Life
Turn Up the Music: the Impact of the U Street Music Hall Case on DC Lease Agreements
Estableciendo un nuevo estándar para la partición de propiedad en Virginia