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 Family Law Attorney

Joseph H. LaMore, Jr. is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Family Law Division.  He professionally represents and counsels clients in all aspects of Maryland Family Law, including:

·        Divorce

·        Separation Agreements

·        Child Custody & Visitation

·        Child Support

·        Alimony

·        Marital Property Disposition

·        Mediation

·        Adoption & Guardianship

·        Peace Orders

·        Protective Orders

Family Law cases involve the most important issues in people’s lives, such as their children, their financial security and their peace of mind.  Mr. LaMore has successfully handled many complex domestic cases.  His skills have been recognized by various Judges of the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, who have appointed him as attorney to represent the interests of children in highly contested Family Law proceedings.

Whether a case requires negotiating an agreement out of court, or litigating in court, Mr. LaMore is an experienced lawyer who has both settled and litigated many such matters.

Mr. LaMore represents clients in domestic cases throughout the State of Maryland, and he handles cases in every Maryland County. The majority of his family law clients are from the following general locations: Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Severna Park, Pasadena, Fort Meade, Arnold, Crofton, Odenton, Towson, Columbia, Ellicott City, Laurel, Rockville, Catonsville, Upper Marlboro, Centreville, Kent Island, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Prince George’s County, Howard County, Queen Anne’s County, Montgomery County, Carroll County and Calvert County.


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TELEPHONE   410 760-4100                                                                        1415 MADISON PARK DRIVE
EMAIL:                                                             GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND 21061 

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