Angela J. Silverstein
Angela joined the firm in March 2014. After graduating from Hood College in 1993, Angela attended the University of Baltimore School of Law and graduated in 1999. Shortly thereafter, in December 1999, she was admitted to the Maryland State Bar. In addition to practicing law, Angela has co-authored two articles: “Maryland’s Scarlet Letter: The Child Abuse Registry” with John J. Condliffe, Esquire in 2002 and “Representing the Client with Diminished Capacity” with Dr. Paul C. Berman in 2011.
Angela’s primary focus is family law, covering divorce and separation, child custody, child support, financial issues related to divorce and other family matters. She advocates for the clients she represents, and guides them through the extensive and complex legal process. A divorce can be a very emotional and distressing time, leaving the client to feel as though their family is falling apart, Angela provides level-headed support to get them through it. Angela’s clients have confidence in the knowledge that she fully represents their best interests.
With an overall rating of 7.5 on Avvo, the client reviews speak for themselves. Angela is described as an exceptional attorney who is very knowledgeable in her field. She establishes an excellent attorney-client relationship and she is responsive to each client’s individual needs. She keeps the client informed with not only the applicable law, but as well as the client’s options and potential outcomes throughout the process.
Dates of Admission:
- Maryland State Bar, 1999
- Baltimore County Bar, 1999
- Federal Bar, 1999
- Co-Author of “Maryland’s Scarlet Letter: The Child Abuse Registry,” Trial Reporter (co-authored with John J. Condliffe, Esquire) 2002.
- Co-Author of “Representing the Client with Diminished Capacity,” Family Law News (co-authored with Dr. Paul C. Berman) 2011.