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Lloyd A. Malech, Esq., Malech Law

LOCATION

7910 Woodmont Ave., Suite 1430
Bethesda, MD 20814

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Phone: 202-441-2107 

Website: https://malechlaw.com/

Malech Law. Representing clients with respect, empathy and excellence every day.

Lloyd A. Malech graduated from Rutgers’ General Honors Program cum laude. He received his Juris Doctorate from GW University Law School. For over 25 years he has successfully represented individuals in family courts throughout D.C. and Maryland. He has received numerous honors and awards for excellence and distinction in family law.

Q: What can clients expect when working with Malech Law?

A: At Malech Law, we support equity, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our practice. Our clients will be heard, respected and understood. We work with diverse families to develop a strategy to meet their needs and recognize that the modern family is evolving. We welcome and support LGBTQIA, aging adults and multi-cultural communities. Our depth of experience allows us to understand family dynamics, including narcissistic behaviors and confrontational tactics. We understand the legal complexities of domestic violence, substance abuse and mental health challenges. It is important for us to answer and respond to our clients’ questions, which inspired us to create a video series on family law issues called Ask Lloyd. Clients can expect excellence in legal advice, empathetic representation and a commitment to reaching their goals—it is Family Law, Reenvisioned.

Q: What does “Family Law, Reenvisioned” mean?

A: There is more to family law than going to court and dividing up the assets. In our experience, it is important to look at divorce from a holistic approach. This means taking care of the whole person getting divorced, including their social-emotional well-being. It is also important to pay attention to the family members and how divorce affects their family dynamics. We find that offering support and resources during difficult times can provide better outcomes during transitions.

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