Joseph Greenwald & Laake Elevates Attorney to Senior Counsel

February 8th, 2019

ROCKVILLE, MD., February --, 2019 -- Joseph Greenwald & Laake P.A. is pleased to announce that Allison McFadden has been elevated to Senior Counsel.

“We are delighted to promote Allison to this highly responsible position,” said Burt Kahn, Managing Director. “Among her major contributions to the firm, she has been an outstanding advocate of the rights of our family law clients, both people of high net worth and parents with limited resources.”

Allison McFadden is a member of the Firm’s Family Law practice group. She focuses on protecting and enforcing the rights of spouses, parents and children involved in complex and emotional family law matters before courts in Montgomery County and throughout Maryland. Her practice covers every type of family law matter that impacts the lives of her clients, including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, property division, alimony, prenuptial agreements, modifications of orders, business valuations, protective orders, and domestic violence situations.

Allison earned her J.D. in 2012, cum laude, from the University of Baltimore, and in 2007 received a B.S. degree from the University of Maryland.

About Joseph Greenwald & Laake

For more than 40 years, Joseph Greenwald & Laake has worked with individuals and businesses in Maryland and the District of Columbia, taking on the most complex of legal issues with sophisticated counsel and a personal touch. JGL serves clients in virtually all areas of the law.

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