Lawyer in Towson, Maryland, handling a variety of criminal cases, including drunk... more
Lawyer in Towson, Maryland, handling a variety of criminal cases, including drunk driving incidents, juvenile law, and more. Additionally, I work with clients on their estate planning needs and business law transactions.
I am a graduate of the Air Force Academy and serve as President of the Baltimore... more
I am a graduate of the Air Force Academy and serve as President of the Baltimore Chapter of Air Force Academy Graduates. I flew RC-135 and KC-135 aircraft for the USAF. I belong to the Service Academy Business Professionals joining other Academy Graduates to improve our business skills and vision. I ran the Marine Corps Marathon in 2014. I enjoy running and biking for fitness. Our family h... view profile
Disability law is very important to me because I have seen its impact on members of... more
Disability law is very important to me because I have seen its impact on members of my family with both physical and mental disabilities. I became a disability attorney to help other people facing similar issues.
Brittany is admitted to practice law before the Bar of Maryland. In addition to her... more
Brittany is admitted to practice law before the Bar of Maryland. In addition to her law degree, Brittany has earned her Masters of laws in Taxation (LL.M.). Her practice focuses on Estate Planning and Administration including the use of Trust and other entities for probate avoidance, estate and gift tax savings and planned gifting strategies. She has served as a lecturer to the Baltimore Cou... view profile
Our firm provides legal services in a variety areas of law including but not limited... more
Our firm provides legal services in a variety areas of law including but not limited to Traffic cases, DUI/DWI cases, Personal Injury matters, Real Estate Matters, Contracts, Misdemeanor criminal matters, Domestic & Juvenile cases, and Estate Planning.Jana graduated cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2012. She has experience working with the Office of the Attorney Gener... view profile
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