Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C
2014, 2016, 2017 (Honorable Mention) Best of Howard County Family Lawyer
2018 Best of Howard County Family Lawyer (Honorable Mention)
2009 to 2019 Super Lawyers
Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C., is pleased to announce that Amos M. Whitney has been named Partner and Ethan T. Dellinger has joined the firm as Partner as of July 2018. Gauri K. Bayoumi joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in September 2017 and Jacquelyn L. Limsky joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in January 2018.
Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C continues to practice in the area of Family Law including, but not limited to, Litigation, Settlement, Mediation, Collaborative Law, and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs).
The time a client spends litigating a family law case is always difficult. Weinberg & Schwartz's clients can trust that they will be guided through litigation process professionally, ethically and respectfully. Weinberg & Schwartz recognizes the needs of every family in litigation are different and the firm tailors its approach on an individual, case-by-case basis to assist each client's needs.
There is an alternative way to deal with the divorce process called "Collaborative Practice". Collaborative Practice is an out-of-court legal process that allows both parties to retain separate, specially trained attorneys to assist the clients in settling their case without court involvement. Mediation is a process in which a trained neutral person, a "mediator", helps people in a dispute to communicate with one another, to understand each other, and if possible, to reach agreements that are acceptable to the family.
The W&S Pension/QDRO Center has a team of professionals who work with the clients, attorneys & plans to achieve their future goals. When couples get divorced they must decide how to divide their property. Retirement benefits (pensions) are often one of the largest marital assets the parties have in addition to the marital home. Like other assets, pension may be transferred from one spouse to another in cases of divorce to the extent that part of the pension was acquired during the course of the marriage.