Jessica Russell was born and raised in Frederick, Maryland, and is now committed to... more
Jessica Russell was born and raised in Frederick, Maryland, and is now committed to providing excellent legal services to her community. In 2010, Ms. Russell interned at the Office of the Public Defender for Baltimore City's Juvenile Justice Division. From 2011- 2013, Ms. Russell competed for her school's Alternative Dispute Resolution Team, taking third place in the 2012 International Competit... view profile
I am excited to be practicing family law in Harford County, where I grew up and... more
I am excited to be practicing family law in Harford County, where I grew up and currently reside. Prior to entering private practice I had the privilege of serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable William O. Carr, Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court for Harford County. Since that time I have assisted a diverse group of clients in matters relating to domestic relations, including: ... view profile
I am an attorney dedicated to assisting clients with all aspects of family law... more
I am an attorney dedicated to assisting clients with all aspects of family law issues, including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, protective orders, peace orders, and all aspects of family law representation. I regularly counsel clients on related legal matters as the need arises.
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