Baltimore County & Towson Family Lawyer Amar S. Weisman
RELENTLESS, DISTINGUISHED TOWSON DIVORCE AND CUSTODY LAWYER
Amar S. Weisman is a top Family Law Attorney litigating in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County and surrounding jurisdictions, who has managed more than 1,650 Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support matters during his 16-Year Career as a Maryland Domestic Relations Attorney.
- 12 Best Baltimore Divorce Lawyers, 2023, 2022, 2021...EXPERTISE.COM
- Top 10 Family Law, 2023, 2022, 2020, 2019, Attorney And Practice Magazine
- Top 10, Family Law and Client Service, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016, American Institute of Legal Counsel.
- #17 Law Firm in Maryland, GoodFirms
- 10/10 "Supurb" Rating, AVVO
- 4.7/5.0 Rating, Google
- Graduate of Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
- Graduate of the University of Baltimore Peter Angelos School of Law
100% FAMILY LAW EXPERTISE
Amar S. Weisman only takes Domestic Relations Matters in Baltimore County and the surrounding jurisdictions. His experience includes:
- Litigating and Settling Divorces and Child Custody disputes.
- Divorces based on Irreconcilable Differences, Mutual Consent, and Six-Month Separation.
- Protecting and Obtaining Marital Property
- Long and Short-Term Alimony.
- Marital Settlement Agreements crafted with thought and expertiese.
- Helping Hundreds of Parents Obtain & Exceed their Child Custody expectations regarding Legal Custody, Physical Custody, Child Support, Custody Modification, and Supervised Visitation.
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- Amar Weisman bills at a rate of $300.00 per hour.
- Before representation begins, all clients must pay a retainer.
- Retainers range $3,500.00 to $7,5000.00 depending on case complexity.
- No Pro Bono Cases means you will not spend more so others can spend less.
NO DELEGATION TO INEXPERIENCED UNACCOUNTABLE STAFF
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- The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman has no associates, no paralegals, no remote receptionists.
- You hire Amar S. Weisman, you get Amar S. Weisman.
The Best Formula for Divorce and Custody Representation: Working Harder & Wanting it More
- Your divorce and custody begin with comprehensive intake, factual investigation, and interviews to identify issues, goals, and solutions.
- Factual Investigation, Including client & witness interviews
- Document assembly & meticulous organization of evidence
- Development of a Theory of the Case
- Definition of realistic goals
- Precise & Persuasive Pleadings and Motions
- Tactful Negotiation
- Acquiring, Using, and Presenting Evidence
- Targeted and Effective Discovery
- Court Representation, including the Scheduling Conference, Pendente Lite Hearing, Settlement Conference, Trial & Enforcement/Contempt.
- Amar S. Weisman is an experienced divorce lawyer representing clients in matrimonial litigation before the Circuit Court for Baltimore County since being admitted to the Maryland State Bar in December 2007. He has handled divorces involving long marriages, business interests, and the equitable disposition of marital property, including the marital home.
- Mr. Weisman is skilled at representing clients in Court as well as negotiating, including through Alternative Dispute Resolution.
- Establishing grounds for divorce including 12-Month Separation, Adultery, Mutual Consent, Desertion, and Constructive Desertion.
- Temporary, Rehabilitative, and Indefinite Alimony
- Marital Home and Family Use Personal Property
- Marital Retirement Account/Pension Division
- Marital Settlement Agreement
- Divorce Hearings
Cutting Edge Systems and Technology
The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman utilize state-of-the-art technology to deliver exceptional legal services. Our office is equipped with the latest Apple M2 computers, updated annually, and high-speed iPad tablets, ensuring immediate access to client files even when in court. We subscribe to LexisNexis, providing us with comprehensive access to case law and treatises that can enhance the quality of our arguments. Additionally, we employ sophisticated financial data tools for meticulous analysis of child support calculations, asset evaluations, and outcome projections. While technology is not a substitute for quality representation, it enhances our ability to serve our clients effectively. Our team is comprised solely of experienced attorneys; we do not employ first-year associates, paralegals, or remote receptionists.
Major Changes to Maryland Divorce Law
Effective October 1, 2023, the grounds for absolute divorce have changed. Pursuant to Md. Code Ann., Fam. Law § 7-103, the grounds for divorce are:
- Irreconcilable differences based on reasons stated in the Complaint for Absolute Divorce. What constitutes irreconcilable differences has not been tested in the case law because the ground for divorce only exist effective October 1, 2023.
- Six-Month Separation if the parties have resided separate and apart for six months without interruption prior to the filing of the Complaint for Absolute Divorce.
- Mutual Consent, provided the parties submit a written separation agreement addressing all of the required issues, including alimony, marital property, and custody of any minor children of the marriage
Call To Meet Divorce/Custody Lawyer Virtually Or In Towson
- Free Consultation to determine if you want to hire Mr. Weisman
- (410) 321-4994 to make an appointment during business hours.
- Retainer necessary to begin; Policy on Fees/Costs
- Close to the County Courts Building
- 1018 Dulaney Valley Rd. (MD-146), 2ND Fl. Towson, MD 21204
- Close to Towson Town Center, Goucher C & Towson University.
Recent Maryland Family Law Appellate Decisions
- Frazelle-Foster v. Foster: Cruelty of Treatment as Grounds for Divorce
- Kaplan v. Kaplan: Above-Guidelines Child Support
- Gizzo v. Gerstman: Evidence of prior abuse/neglect in custody matters
- Trapasso v. Lewis
- Lasko v. Lasko: Requesting relief in absolute divorce pleadings.
- Sherman v. Rouse
- Halstad v. Halstad
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Divorce Hearings
- Grounds For Divorce
- Property Division
- Strategic Considerations
- Domestic Violence
- Prenuptial Agreement
Serving Clients From the Baltimore Area
We have clients from throughout the Baltimore-Metropolitan Area, including Aberdeen, Abingdon, Baldwin, Bel Air, Bowleys Quarters, Brooklandville, Carney, Cedar Beach, Catonsville, Cockeysville, Edgewood, Essex, Garrison, Germantown, Glen Arm, Glenmont, Greenspring Valley, Hampton, Hillendale, Homeland, Honeygo, Hunt Valley, Hydes, Joppa Road Corridor, Kingsville, Lake Roland/Towson Run, Long Green, Lutherville, Middleborough, Middle River, Nottingham, Owings Mills, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pikesville, Riderwood, Reisterstown, Riderwood, Rodgers Forge, Rosedale, Ruxton, Shawn, Sparks, Sparrows Point, Stoneleigh, Timonium, Towson, West Towson, White Hall, White Marsh, and York Road corridor.
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