Amy L. Griboff, Esquire
I just returned to school to obtain my LL.M. (Masters in Law) in Elder Law at Stetson University. Classes are on weekends and evenings, so I am still assisting clients with elder law and estate planning at McMillan Metro, P.C.

After graduating with my Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, I was an elementary school teacher before deciding to attend law school. (To find out why I decided to go to law school at the age of 30 - Go to my Home Page.) I received my law degree, cum laude, from The Washington College of Law at American University in the District of Columbia. I have been a practicing attorney for over 14 years.

I am a proud member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Recently, I received my Veterans Affairs accreditation so I may assist Veterans and their families with the Aid and Attendance application. I am also a member of the American Bar Association, Maryland and DC Bar Association, and Montgomery County Bar Association.  I am licensed to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia.

My legal practice focuses on Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Elder Law, and Probate. I offer frequent educational seminars on a variety of estate planning and elder law topics to both the general public and private groups in Maryland.  

I am a proud sponsor of Montgomery Hospice for several years. For information about Montgomery Hospice, please go to

"A life of peace, purity, and refinement leads to a calm and untroubled old age."