Divorce, Custody, Visitation, Domestic Violence

Mr. Rosofsky provides aggressive and knowledgeable legal representation to people who have been accused of a crime and develops a strong defense.

His goal is to defend your rights and your freedom.

He works hard to give his clients high quality legal services focused on helping people get through difficult situations, and believes in being honest and straightforward with his clients.

Family law issues cover some of the most important areas of our lives: our spouse, our children, our home and our finances. It is easy to understand why people involved in family law disputes sometimes let their emotions influence their decisions. We strive to help people make intelligent, informed decisions about the future of their families. We can help you with all aspects of Maryland family law. From divorce to protective orders, we have the knowledge to provide legal assistance during difficult times. 

How Can We Help Your Family?

Our firm is committed to helping you achieve your goals while protecting your rights and interests. We believe that every client deserves legal representation that can help him or her move forward in a positive way. In addition to divorce and child custody, we handle the following areas of family law:

  • Separation: If you and your spouse are considering a separation, we can assist you with a separation agreement, which can address issues such as property division and spousal support as well as child custody and support.

  • Divorce: Divorce involves many personal and financial aspects. Our lawyers will guide you through the process, assisting with everything from property division and spousal support, to child custody issues.

  • Restraining orders: Protective orders can prohibit a violent or abusive spouse, partner or family member from having any contact with you or your children. We can help you file an order or defend you if you have been falsely accused of domestic violence.


Estate Administration and Litigation

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a person after they have died. It is the process by which the property of a decedent is transferred to the beneficiaries of a Will or the legal heirs, if there is no Will.  Depending on your needs, we can administer the estate of the decedent on your behalf and advise you on the proper procedures to follow and the time table for filing requirements.

The probate process is begun by filing a Petition to Probate and other documents with the Register of Wills in the County where the decedent resided before death and obtaining a bond.  We assist in all phases of the probate process.