The symposium, held at the College Park Marriott Hotel in Hyattsville, provided an advanced seminar and update on domestic relations practices and procedures.
The symposium included multiple seminars during both its morning and afternoon programs. The program included a description of trust devices frequently used by wealthy family, along with a discussion on how divorce lawyers can assist their clients in protecting their assets. It also included a seminar on how to maintain civility and professionalism during the course of a family law case and throughout one’s entire career.
AAML was founded in 1962 with the goal of providing leadership that promotes excellence in the practice of family law. AAML fellows represent individuals in all facets of family law, including divorce, annulment, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and more.
Jeffrey Greenblatt, Reza Golesorkhi Allison McFadden are highly skilled attorneys in Joseph Greenwald & Laake’s Family Law practice group. Greenblatt has over four decades of experience in representing individuals in complex family law matters in Maryland. He is also a pioneer in the emerging area of family law, Gray Divorce, or the divorce of couples over 50 years old. Golesorkhi regularly represents many of the most accomplished individuals and their spouses in the fields of finance, real estate, public service and entertainment, making him the go-to divorce lawyer for high-network individuals. McFadden is a passionate advocate who focuses exclusively on protecting and enforcing the rights of spouses, parents and children. Her practice covers every type of family law matter that impacts the lives of her clients.