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RLG Law

LOCATION

51 Monroe Place, Suite 1401
Rockville, MD 20850

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Phone: 301-340-1616

Website: https://www.rlg-lawyers.com/

At RLG Law, we practice in the areas of family law, mediation, adoption, employment law, business planning and formation, trusts and estates law, and civil and criminal litigation. We combine experience and compassion to provide effective legal representation with integrity, professionalism and unrivaled commitment to our clients’ best interest.

Q: How do clients benefit from working with your firm?

A: Our clients benefit from the reputation we have built and from our goal-centric approach. Our reputation is guided by the fundamental principles of integrity, professionalism and results. We employ these principles in all aspects of our representation. With each client, we develop a plan that is custom tailored to help the client achieve his or her desired goals in the most cost-effective way. While some firms market themselves as being aggressive litigators or collaborative peacemakers, we handle all resolution methods. We effectively handle matters involving mediation, alternative dispute models, collaborative methods, litigation and everything in between. At RLG Law, we consider ourselves in a partnership with clients. We don’t just tell them what to do, we explain all options and the most likely outcomes. Working in partnership, we map out a plan and create a strategy to achieve our clients’ goals, keeping them informed throughout the entire process. We are vigilant about staying in communication with clients.

Q: How has COVID impacted family separation and divorce?

A: Our practice looks a lot different but our core strategies and approach to cases are fundamentally the same. Because of health concerns, distance learning, employment demands and changes to financial resources, COVID has forced families into considering separation or reevaluating prior custody and child support arrangements. More than ever, individuals need unique and creative solutions. Any cookie-cutter solution is simply unrealistic. We’ve always utilized technology and innovative strategies to resolve cases either in trial or through settlement discussions, which puts us in an advantageous position to help our clients during these uncertain times.

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