Don't Retain Just Any Divorce Attorney in Upper Marlboro, MD

Our attorneys have extensive experience working with high net worth clients

Not every divorce attorney can handle the pressure of high-conflict divorces involving significant assets, but the attorneys at Hearns Law Group, LLC in Upper Marlboro, MD can. We have years of experience handling contested divorces in Maryland and Washington, DC. 
In 2020, the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys (NAFLA) awarded Alphonso S. Hearns, Managing Attorney, the prestigious Top 10 Attorney Award for the State of Maryland. Alphonso's reputation and track record of success has garnered the respect and acknowledgement of his peers and local judges. Alphonso was selected to lead the Prince George's County Bar Association's Family Law Committee as the Co-Chair, where he mentors new family law practitioners and provides a source of continuing legal education for seasoned practitioners. Alphonso was also invited by members of the bench of the Circuit Court for Prince George's County, Maryland to join the faculty of the Judicial Institute's three day Family Law University Seminar for Maryland judges.

Amanda Odorimah is a strategic, data-driven, client-centered attorney who is an advocate for the clients that she represents. Amanda received her Bachelor of Arts degree in criminology and criminal justice from the University of Maryland at College Park (Go Terps!!) and went on to receive her Master of Education degree from the University of Maryland University College. She graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law with a concentration in family law. The Maryland chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) awarded her with the Cheryl Lynn Hepfer Family Law Award for her dedication to the area of family law throughout law school. As a Rule 19 attorney, she also represented clients in child custody and domestic violence matters during law school. After graduating from law school, Amanda clerked for the Honorable Cathy H. Serrette in the Circuit Court for Prince George's County, where she had exposure to a myriad of family law issues. After completing her clerkship, Amanda joined a small law firm in Upper Marlboro, MD and is now a member of the family law practice division of Hearns Law Group, LLC.

We provide specialized divorce services tailored to high net worth individuals, including...

  • Physicians
  • CEOs and entrepreneurs
  • Politicians and political figures
  • Attorneys and law firm partners

Call 301-772-0248 now to learn more about our specialized divorce services in Upper Marlboro, MD.

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Filing for divorce is never easy. Thankfully, you have Hearns Law Group, LLC by your side. Our team of attorneys will work with you every step of the way to navigate this difficult process.

A divorce law attorney at our firm can help you...

  • Draft a divorce separation agreement to establish legal separation
  • Divide physical assets between you and your partner
  • Create agreements for child custody and child support
  • Negotiate the distribution of your financial accounts
Make an appointment with us today by calling 301-772-0248. We work with clients in Upper Marlboro, MD and surrounding areas, and we deal with same-sex divorces.

What's considered a specialized divorce?

In Maryland, divorces can be divided into specialized categories. If your divorce falls into one of these categories, it's important you hire an experienced divorce law attorney to handle the legal side of things.

Here are some key terms to understand before filing:

No-Fault Divorce
A no-fault divorce simply means that no one party is responsible for the ending of the marriage, and there was no wrongdoing that resulted in the split.

Contested Divorce
In this situation, you and your spouse are unable to come to an agreement regarding the grounds or terms of your divorce. This can range from disagreements about child custody to one party wanting a divorce while the other doesn't.

Legal Separation
A divorce separation agreement legally separates the two of you but does not result in a legally binding divorce. This isn't required by Maryland law before a divorce, but it can help establish boundaries for you and your partner.

For more information, reach out to one of our attorneys in Upper Marlboro, MD today.