About Victor A. Lembo
Victor Lembo became interested in estates and trusts while helping his grandparents plan for their medical and financial needs. Understanding the importance and resulting impact of estate planning decisions solidified his desire to counsel individuals and families. Victor strives to meet the unique needs of his clients by offering various options during the planning and administration stages. His approach to build a strong foundation with the flexibility to adapt to various situations provides his clients with peace of mind.
After graduating law school, Victor served as a judicial law clerk for two years with the Honorable Susan M. Marzetta at the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. He then worked at a large law firm in Baltimore County as an associate attorney where he advised clients through a legal service program in various areas of the law, including estate planning, elder law, real estate, corporate law, contracts and probate. Also, he drafted estate documents and represented clients before the Orphan’s Court. In addition, Victor served as a Managing Attorney supervising the daily operations of the program and was dedicated to providing outstanding client service, for which he was honored with numerous awards. He joined SinclairProsser Law to focus his practice on estate planning, probate and elder law. Victor manages the Estate Administration Department, helping clients when a loved one has passed away.
Victor is admitted to the Court of Appeals of Maryland and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Estates and Trusts Section and Elder Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association and a member of the Prince George’s County Bar Association. Also, he is a member of the Anne Arundel County Estate Planning Council and the American Academy of Elder Law Attorneys where he is required to complete at least 36 hours of continuing education a year.
Victor graduated summa cum laude from Towson University with his Bachelor of Science degree. He received his Juris Doctor with a Concentration in Estate Planning from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Victor was the Production Editor of the Law Forum journal and wrote articles that were selected for publication. Additionally, Victor was a Supervising Teaching Assistant for the Legal Analysis, Research and Writing Course for first year law students and an active member of the Student Bar Association.
Victor was born in Washington, D.C. and is a lifelong Maryland resident. He currently lives in Millersville with his wife, daughter and son. Victor enjoys Ravens football and traveling, especially to New York to visit family and the Outer Banks of North Carolina to relax at the beach.