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Heather Mehigan, Esq.; Akinyi Orinda, Esq.; Tracy Phillips, Esq. Photo by John ferris

Shulman Rogers


12505 Park Potomac Ave.
Potomac, MD 20854


Phone: 301-230-5200

Website: https://www.shulmanrogers.com

Q: How do you measure success?

A: We measure success one client at a time. Each client comes to us with a unique situation, expectations and experience. We listen to their concerns and desires, discuss the myriad of viable options, and then work efficiently and effectively to resolve the issues, whether through litigation, alternative dispute resolution or negotiation.
Perhaps the greatest reward in our work comes from receiving a referral from a prior client. It is gratifying to know that we impacted their lives in such a meaningful way, they felt we could help their friend, family member or co-worker as well.

Q: What do you look forward to when you go to work every day?

A: Clients often come to us at a very low point in their lives and entrust us to guide them through some of the most challenging decisions they’ll ever face involving their families. They turn to us when they need an experienced lawyer who not only understands the legal process, but who will also listen to their specific concerns and create strategies to successfully meet their individual and family goals.

We work hard to maintain the propriety of their relationships and, after working side by side with them to tackle and resolve their legal issues, it is rewarding to watch families move forward in a positive way. We can truly say that we make a difference in our clients’ lives each and every day we go to work.

Shulman Rogers is a full-service law firm providing corporate, real estate, litigation and personal legal services to national, regional and local clients. "I was honored when a client recently told me, 'Your empathy and understanding were comforting, your cool head and steady counsel were reassuring and your skill and expertise were winning,'" says attorney Heather Mehigan.

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