Charlie Alvis assists clients in a range of real estate, taxation and estate planning matters in the firm’s Charlottesville office. Charlie’s real estate experience includes acquisitions and sales, financings, and leasing of commercial property. He routinely advises on land use and zoning regulations and has appeared before government boards of Virginia localities to obtain land use permits for regional and national businesses.

Charlie Alvis assists clients in a range of real estate, taxation and estate planning matters in the firm’s Charlottesville office. Charlie’s real estate experience includes acquisitions and sales, financings, and leasing of commercial property. He routinely advises on land use and zoning regulations and has appeared before government boards of Virginia localities to obtain land use permits for regional and national businesses.

Charlie also focuses on helping individuals and families with wealth management and estate planning needs, including income and estate tax planning and trust and estate administration. He assists landowners with donations of conservation easements, advising on land use restrictions and federal, state and local tax incentives.

Charlie serves on the board of a private multifamily office and is currently pursuing a Master of Laws in Taxation (expected 2023) at Georgetown University Law Center.

Before joining Williams Mullen, Charlie practiced at a national law firm in Washington, D.C., where he focused on federal regulatory matters involving national security, economic sanctions and international trade. During law school, Charlie was a lead articles editor of the William & Mary Law Review, and he served as a judicial intern for Judge Sue L. Robinson of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.