Maryland Business Lawyers
Suren G. Adams is an attorney with a passion for organization and excellence. She founded Adams Law Office, LLC, over 10 years ago to help her clients get their financial houses in order and find peace of mind. She is an experienced member of the Maryland Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association, the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys, and the Prince George’s County Bar Association. Suren obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland in 1994 and then completed course work for a Master of Arts degree in English with...
Washington, DC 20036
Justin W. Esworthy is a founding Member of TBH&E with extensive litigation experience, having tried hundreds of cases throughout the State of Maryland and Commonwealth of Virginia. Justin has obtained favorable results for both civil and criminal clients through both pre-suit representation as well as trial victories. Prior to law school, Justin studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina and obtained his B.B.A from Hofstra University. He earned his J.D. from Tulane University Law School and then began his law career in the courtroom as an Assistant Public Defender representing clients on charges ranging from minor misdemeanors to serious felonies that...
Former IRS attorney focused on solving complex financial problems of individuals and businesses in MD, VA and DC. More than 20 years experience. Many of your questions regarding debt and tax problems can be answered at our website: www.Money-Law.com.
We assist our clients in handling matters that may have spiraled out of control. We will take the time to analyze your situation and devise a plan. Our focus is on finding an effective way to approach your circumstances. Allow us to apply our knowledge, skills, and creativity in assisting you. Languages spoken by support staff: Spanish and Chinese
Commercial real estate and technology transactions and litigation, including contracts, leases (ground, air rights, and space), financings, LLC operating agreements and disputes, teaming and licensing agreements, subcontracts, non-competes, reciprocal easements and other types of sharing agreements, and outsourcing. District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia