Family law is often thought of the collection of laws and cases that occur within a biological family. However today, both conventional and unconventional families are represented in a variety of ways. No longer does a family only consist of those with shared genes but also those who are ‘legal family.’
It is important to remember that the cases of family law can be difficult for everyone, including children. Due to the emotional and complex nature of these cases it is usually advised to hire appropriate legal counsel.
When looking to hire an attorney you will want to consider many factors such as experience, passion, communication, and most importantly rapport. If you are not comfortable with your attorney, you will not provide the level of detail often required for desired outcomes.
At the Law Offices of Lloyd A. Malech, we serve as aggressive advocates on behalf of clients who need a strong lawyer to make sure they get the best result no matter the complexity of their case. Lloyd Malech personally works on each case providing client centric services with an emphasis on trust and teamwork. Due to his 27 years experience and personal history, he has an ability to strategize, empathize and clearly communicate expectations with clients. This is one of the reasons we stand out among Maryland’s family law attorneys!
Our law firm is in Bethesda, and we serve clients throughout Maryland and the greater Washington, DC metro area Lloyd A. Malech, a seasoned trial lawyer, has 25+ years of experience being a lawyer in Maryland and DC courts.
Hiring Lloyd Malech was a fantastic decision. I needed his representation for a personal matter. I provided him with the complete details of my situation. He was thorough in discussing the matter and in describing the process, as well as the actions he would undertake. He kept me updated about the progress of the case and any relevant details as they came up. The case was concluded with brevity, much to my surprise given the current situation regarding covid this Summer. Again, I can’t recommend enough. Proceed with confidence.
– Adam Mathers