Divorce and other family law issues can be accompanied by intense emotion. The decisions you make will have a profound impact on your entire life. In these situations, an experienced attorney can guide you through the legal process, helping to relieve some of your stress and anxiety.
At the Law Offices of Aimee C. Robbins, in Rockville, Maryland, we provide quality representation to clients throughout Montgomery County for a broad range of family law concerns, including:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Fathers' rights
- Contempt issues (denial of access and child support)
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
- Division of assets
- Modifications (custody, access, child support and alimony)
- Domestic violence
Experienced Montgomery County Child Custody Lawyer
Attorney Aimee C. Robbins has been helping those who are struggling with divorce, custody and other family law issues for almost 30 years. She is a second-generation attorney who started her practice in Michigan in 1994. She moved to Maryland in 2001 and was a social worker prior to practicing law. Ms. Robbins is licensed to practice in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Ms. Robbins is a member of the Family Law Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association, member of the Maryland State Bar Association and president of the Maryland Interprofessional Association. Additionally, she is a family law columnist for the Sentinel Newspaper in Maryland, a frequent speaker at the Montgomery County Father's Rights Association, instructor for Southfield Michigan Adult Education, volunteer legal consultant for the Montgomery County Commission for Women, divorce lecturer in Maryland and Michigan and has appeared as a divorce expert on NBC's Due Process.
Compassionate Lawyer, Fierce Litigator
When dealing with family law concerns, it is important for an attorney to understand why people react the way they do in order to help them work through the legal matter.
Rockville divorce lawyer Aimee Robbins tailors her approach to meet clients' individual needs. She recognizes the emotional trauma clients are experiencing and works to put them at ease. As your attorney, she will become deeply involved in your case, tenaciously working toward the best possible solution. She will be a fierce advocate if your matter proceeds to trial.
For a free, 30-minute initial consultation, contact us today at 301-679-0539 or by filling out and submitting the online form. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request, and all major credit cards are accepted.