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Lebovitz Family Law

Baltimore Family Law Attorney With Over 20 Years Experience Helping Clients

Divorce, separation, child custody and support issues are often difficult and contentious. Richard Lebovitz helps clients navigate the legal and practical issues associated with the changing family unit.

Individuals seeking a divorce lawyer are invited to contact me to schedule a free initial consultation to resolve issues related to divorce, separation, alimony, custody and child support.

The overarching goal of quality legal representation is to minimize the emotional and economic trauma to ex-spouses and their children.

Reasonable Fees and Friendly, Personalized Service

Aggressive and Dedicated Attorney Providing Personalized Service at Affordable Rates

At a large law firm, personalized attention is hard to find. Lebovitz Family Law in Baltimore, Maryland, is a smaller firm, but that does not diminish our dedication to our clients or our success.

Putting Your Mind at Ease

Clients come to us during some of the most stressful times of their lives.  Filing for divorce, child custody or a domestic violence protective order is a very difficult decision for many.  At our firm, we explain the process and help walk our clients through the procedures in every day language. We offer the support and help you need to help during this difficult time.

Our around-the-clock service will put your mind immediately at ease, confident in the knowledge that we are helping you.

Available Seven Days a Week for You

Rich D. Lebovitz, Esquire

Of Counsel
Maslan, Maslan & Rothwell, P.A.
7508 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Office: 410-282-2700

Fax: 410-282-3336

Cell: 410-905-4181



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