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Law Office of Eshigo P. Okasili

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Grantsville, MD

301-276-5717

Over 30 Years’ Experience in Helping Clients with their Custody Needs.

At the Law Office of Eshigo P. Okasili, LLC, we handle legal matters in the following practice areas: alternative dispute resolution, criminal law, education law, elder law, employment law, family law (including collaborative divorce), immigration and naturalization law, juvenile law, personal injury law, professional malpractice, sexual abuse and wrongful death.  We …

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Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Grantsville, MD

301-200-8910

One of the Most Feared Family Law Attorneys in the DC Metro Area. Named Top Divorce Attorney by Bethesda Magazine, May 2010, Top Divorce Attorney, Washingtonian Magazine.

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