COVID-19 UPDATE: During these difficult times, I remain available to current and new clients. I am available by phone and email, and am able to conduct mediation and settlement meetings remotely. Stay well everyone.
After many years of practicing family law, and having seen the emotional and financial damage that litigation can cause, I have chosen to focus my practice on healthier ways of resolving disputes such as Collaborative Divorce, mediation, negotiation, and settlement advocacy. While I represent individual clients, I frequently assist couples as a neutral mediator. I believe that by focusing on constructive settlement solutions, separating couples are much more likely to make mutually beneficial decisions while preserving valuable financial resources. Whether through Collaborative Divorce, mediation, or traditional negotiation, I help my clients stay focused on future goals rather than upon the pain of the past. Collaborative Divorce, in particular, affords couples the opportunity to make joint decisions which address the unique needs of their family with the skill and guidance of non-adversarial collaborative attorneys, as well as other allied professionals. I also represent clients in developing prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements. I am the Founding president of the Maryland Collaborative Practice Council and was the first Co-Chair of the Collaborative Law Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association.