Chapter: Maryland

The Maryland Chapter of the AAML welcomes you!

Hello!

A warm welcome from the Maryland Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. 

Our Chapter represents Maryland’s’ preeminent and most accomplished leaders in the field of family law. Members of the Maryland Chapter are totally committed to the Academy’s mission: “To encourage the study, improve the practice, elevate the standards, and advance the cause of matrimonial law, to the end that the welfare of the family and society be protected.”

Family law is both dynamic and complex. A competent family law attorney must know not only the state divorce laws but also state and federal laws in related fields such as tax, property, estates, retirement and insurance. No area of the law has a greater enduring impact on client lives than that of family law. Representation by an AAML Fellow is representation by one of the most qualified family law attorneys in the country.

The Best of the Best
"When a client retains a lawyer, who is a member of the Maryland Chapter of the Academy, that client is assured that he or she has hired a highly-skilled professional – one who is a leading practitioner in the field of family law. Only 33 family lawyers have met the stringent admission requirements of the national organization to become fellows of the Maryland Chapter.
· Maryland Fellows have extensive years of experience and served as counsel in significant legal matters and they are
· Recognized by the bench and bar as a leading practitioner in the area of matrimonial law. "

View our roster of our members.

Chapter President
Deborah L. Webb
Chapter President Elect
Howard B. Soypher
Chapter Secretary
James D. Milko
Chapter Treasurer
Vincent M. Wills
Chapter Vice President
Linda Sorg Ostovitz
Group Admin
Sandra A. Brooks
Group Admin
Rhian McGrath

Contact

AAML National Office
209 W. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 602
Chicago, IL. 60606

Phone (312) 263-6477
Fax (312) 263-7682

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