Eric V. Zimmerman

Eric V. Zimmerman began practicing law in Loudoun County, Virginia in 1975.  In addition to his involvement with the local Bar Association, he serves as an Area Representative in the Real Property Section of the Virginia State Bar, a group of distinguished attorneys who provide input to the Virginia Supreme Court on issues affecting real estate law of the Commonwealth of Virginia and assisting attorneys within that particular field of practice.

In 1999, Mr. Zimmerman was honored with the "Tradition of Excellence Award" from the Virginia State Bar. This tribute is given annually to a single attorney who exemplifies an attitude of charitable effort contributed to his community. Likewise, he was named 1998 Loudoun County Citizen of the Year by the local newspaper. His dedication outside the office was further demonstrated by serving as Mayor of his hometown of Purcellville and coaching his four children in youth sports.

While Mr. Zimmerman's forte remains real estate and business matters, his practice has evolved into one of general counselor to his clients. He thrives on helping clients cope with their changing personal and business lives. His philosophy in the practice of law is distinguished by recognizing the intimate, personal nature of the profession. The client's needs and desires, which are not necessarily the same, are to be respected and balanced. His role is to provide high quality legal services while being honest and forthright with his clients.

The Town of Purcellville is home to Mr. Zimmerman where he lives with his wife Barbara and the youngest of their four children.

Areas of Practice:
  • General Business & Commercial Law
  • Estate Planning and Administration
  • Real Estate Law