In Appreciation — September 2010

September 30, 2010
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My second month of blogging ends today.  As I did at the end of my first month, I want to take a post to thank the people who have generously given me extraordinary support, as well as many thought-provoking ideas and concepts.


I have enjoyed interacting with the following individuals, who all seem to possess the traits attributed to the most successful in their age group.  They achieve through hard work and study, constant planning, pursuit of multiple interests, staying connected, and all with warmth and quiet confidence.  They provide fine examples of how to approach a career in modern times.

  • Daina Babin – Ms. Babin is a third-year law student at the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma.  She has great enthusiasm for estate planning, as evidenced by her continual retweeting (IOW “sharing”) of many estates-related articles and blog posts for many others.  She is also hard at work in her impressive current position in a judicial clerkship.  She has honored me by acknowledging several of my posts, even though she seems to be a Cowboys fan.
  • Jack Whittington – Mr. Whittington is also third-year law student at Tulsa.  Additionally, he writes the engaging World Wide Whit blog, in which he shares his viewpoints on law and social media through the lens of Generation Y, and he really seems to enjoy and appreciate his growing readership.  He has also generously rewarded me with kind, respectful support and thought-provoking discussion.  All this from yet another Cowboys fan!
  • Dan Forrest, Esq. Mr. Forrest is an energetic young Maryland attorney with whom I have done some work, and who is pursuing his own practice.  His combination of enthusiasm, resourcefulness, and even temper enable him to pursue his passion for the law and helping others.  I have enjoyed our regular contact since we worked together, and I am thankful for the extra motivation I always seem to have after connecting with him.


  • Jason S. Miller, Esq.Renowned commercial litigation and appellate attorney at Adorno & Yoss in Miami, FL.  Mr. Miller is professional, disciplined, reliable, and ethical, and he is also one of the cleverest and humorous persons I have ever known.  Florida Trend magazine has recognized his great value by twice naming him among “Florida’s Legal Elite”.  I thank him for the personal time he has taken to support my practice and blog.
  • Christine Prucker – Ms. Prucker is an extraordinary patent law paralegal with significant expertise in international filings.  In addition, she raises two young children, cares for an elderly relative, heads a Girl Scout troop, etc.  She also regularly forwards topical articles and is a valuable sounding board for my business ideas.  She and her kids are really like family.  If you don’t have a “Prucker” in your life looking out for you, go get one!
  • Andrea, Benjamin and Samantha Zucker – My beautiful wife and kids.
  • Syma Zucker – My mother.
  • Carl K. Zucker, Esq. (1934-2002)

 In Appreciation — September 2010
 In Appreciation — September 2010


Scott R. Zucker, Esq. is the owner of The Zucker Law Firm PLLC, located just outside the Capital Beltway in Annandale, within five miles of the City of Fairfax, the county seat of beautiful Fairfax County, Virginia. The firm focuses mainly on estate planning services for Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania clientele, and seeks to do so in an affordable and approachable way. People interested in learning more can contact Scott by phone or email.

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