The Law Offices of Kent L. Greenberg in Owings Mills, MD
Providing Legal Representation in Maryland
Established in 1981, the Baltimore County divorce law firm of Kent L. Greenberg has successfully assisted clients in the Owings Mills, Pikesville, and Baltimore and Carroll County areas of Maryland.
Attorney Kent L. Greenberg has effectively handled numerous divorce and family law matters, and he has decades of experience with family laws and protocols specific to the State of Maryland.
The help you need to navigate troubling times
The seasoned professionals at the Law Office of Kent L. Greenberg work hard to resolve the legal issues of our clients, whether through amicable settlement or aggressive litigation.
Our Baltimore County divorce lawyers begin by comprehensively evaluating your case and then explaining your rights to you in language you can understand. Together, we go over your options in order to decide how best to pursue your case.
Every divorce case or family law issue is unique and brings with it its own set of complications. No one cookie-cutter solution is right for every Baltimore County family law case, and the Law Office of Kent L. Greenberg will not attempt to squeeze your case into one.
The Law Office of Kent L. Greenberg has years of experience dealing with other divorce law firms in Baltimore County, as well as local judges and court personnel. Let us put that experience to work for you.
Experienced Baltimore County divorce law firm
In domestic legal issues, the Law Office of Kent L. Greenberg believes in achieving the best possible decision in line with the best interests of our clients. If you require the services of an experienced divorce law firm in Carroll County, Pikesville, Owings Mills, or Baltimore County, Maryland, contact The Law Office of Kent L. Greenberg today.
Serving clients in Owings Mills, Pikesville, and other areas of Baltimore and Carroll County.
Why Choose Kent L. Greenberg?
- Seasoned Litigator with over 30 Years of Experience
- Providing Thorough & Honest Analysis on Every Case