Committed to Fighting Domestic Abuse
Statistics for divorce in America are astronomical and growing; half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce by the 8th year. Whether this occurs because one spouse is physically and emotionally abusive to the other, or because both parties are simply at a crossroads, I can help you find a path to safety for you and your children. I'm passionate about handling domestic violence issues and will work tirelessly to secure a protective order if the need should arise.
Family Law & Divorce in Maryland
Family law is expansive, but Maryland or Washington D.C. laws will determine how your case plays out. For instance, in Maryland there are two types of divorce: absolute and limited. Limited divorce in most cases may be referred to as a legal separation, while absolute divorce is a complete dissolution of marriage. This is only one example, so it’s in your best interest to come to my office today to discuss your options. We’ll figure out what’s best for you.