Wobber Law Group LLC
The Wobber Law Group is a family law office specializing in Collaborative law, Divorce, Family Law, and Mediation. Contact us today.
Wobber Law Group has represented clients from all income levels for over 25 years. Our attorneys bring results-oriented action to the resolution of family law disputes. Our attorneys are skilled in complex and varied financial and property matters. We also understand the emotional needs and goals of our clients. We take the time to assess our clients’ needs and implement proactive stances, allowing our clients to participate in the process of reaching solutions. Our goal is to educate our clients and give them the tools that facilitate resolving their issues while devising creative and innovative solutions to address legal and financial concerns.
Our relationships with clients are the key to our success. It is important to meet our client’s goals by facilitating favorable resolution, provide advice that prevents matters from reaching litigation, and attain favorable outcomes if a matter reaches a trial. It is essential that we establish a relationship with clients. Incorporated in our core values are the criteria that we use to gauge our success: quality, reliability, dedication, integrity, and trust.
Wobber Law Group LLC
406 E. Joppa RdTowson Maryland 21286United States
Towson () is an unincorporated community and a census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. The population was 55,197 as of the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Baltimore County and the second-most populous unincorporated county seat in the United States (after Ellicott City, the seat of nearby Howard County, southwest of Baltimore). == History == === 1600s === The first inhabitants of the future Towson and central Baltimore County region were the Susquehannock people, who hunted in the area. Their region included all of Baltimore County, though their primary settlement was farther northeast along the Susquehanna River.
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