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A D. William

Lawyer A D. William licensed to practice in Maryland
Office: (410)466-5299, 3301 Liberty Heights Av, Baltimore, MD 21215
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Defense

Adam M. Freiman

Lawyer Adam M. Freiman licensed to practice in Maryland since 1993
Office: 1777 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21208
Web site: www.freshstartlaw.com/main_sublinks.asp?id=2&sid=4
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy Law

Akiva Y. Gross

Lawyer Akiva Y. Gross licensed to practice in Maryland since 2006
Office: 2833 Smith Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209
Web site: www.aygrosslaw.com/aboutus.php
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Business Law, Litigation

Alison Jones

Lawyer Alison Jones licensed to practice in Maryland since 2147483646
Office: 410-559-9000, 4 Reservoir Circle 2nd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21208
Web site: www.weinstocklegal.com/our-people/alison-jones/
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Real Estate Law, Contracts, Industrial Development Law

Allan Heneson

Lawyer Allan Heneson licensed to practice in Maryland since 1960
Office: (410)539-0666, 1 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Web site: www.gordonandheneson.com/Bio/AllanHeneson.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Litigation, Workers Compensation

Andrew D. Freeman

Lawyer Andrew D. Freeman licensed to practice in Maryland since 1986
Office: (410)962-1030, 120 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Web site: browngold.com/attorney_afreeman.cfm
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Family Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Litigation

Anne B. Fox

Lawyer Anne B. Fox licensed to practice in Maryland since 2006
Office: 2 Charles Center, Baltimore, MD 21201
Web site: www.gejlaw.com/attorneys/attorneyItem206.html
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Labor & Employment Law, Health Care Law

Anthony M. Carey

Lawyer Anthony M. Carey licensed to practice in Maryland since 1963
Office: (410)244-7400, Two Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, MD 21201
Web site: www.venable.com
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Real Estate Law, Business Law, Environmental Law, Litigation

Arthur S. Alperstein

Lawyer Arthur S. Alperstein licensed to practice in Maryland since 1967
Office: (410)685-0990, 605-610 Court Square Bldg, Baltimore, MD 21202
Web site: www.alpersteinanddiener.com/attorney-profiles/bio-alperstein/
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Workers Compensation

Arthur L. Drager

Lawyer Arthur L. Drager licensed to practice in Maryland since 1976
Office: (410)685-0812, Ste 620, Baltimore, MD 21202
PRACTICE AREA: Family Law, Real Estate Law
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