My goal is to make a difficult process as
easy as possible.
"Thanks to Lisa my case didn't take as long as I thought it would and I am on the other side of it.
I am so happy I hired her and I loved knowing that she had my best interest in mind - the entire time!"
As a knowledgeable divorce attorney in Ellicott City, Columbia, and Catonsville, MD, I have more than a decade of experience helping clients resolve cases of child abuse or neglect, the pursuit of alimony, and child custody matters. I also have experience working for large firms over the years. This background has provided me with invaluable insight into how various cases are handled. I use this knowledge to lead clients through their family law cases to obtain positive results.
In addition to my experience, I have earned a number of accolades and maintain several professional memberships, including:
My goal is to provide personal service to my clients by being actively involved in all aspects of their cases. I know that every client faces a unique set of circumstances and will need a specific approach to achieve the results that he or she requires. My firm begins each case by providing a flat-fee consultation. I can answer your legal questions during this time to help you know what to expect. At this point, I carefully assess the case and decide whether to enter a legal agreement or litigation. For your own understanding, I will also provide you with a general overview of the court process. Call now for the representation you deserve in Ellicott City, Columbia, and Catonsville, MD and the surrounding areas!
Effective October 1, 2015, Maryland will be enforcing new laws regarding divorce. If the parties that do not have any minor children or have minor children but they are not children in common, the parties may file for an Absolute Divorce immediately, so long as the parties have an executed Marital Settlement Agreement resolving all outstanding matters of property distribution and alimony. The residency requirements remain in effect for filing remain the same, but if you meet those requirements there is no separation period required before the filing.