Maryland Consumer Lawyers
With her decades of legal experiences, Ms. Kurland actively assists homeowners and real estate investors modify mortgages, short sale property and prosecute foreclosure defense cases in the federal courts.
Ms. Kurland is the proud mother of her three children, Benjamin (University of Hastings Law School),...
Bethesda, MD 20814
American University Washington College of Law and University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Ms. Valle's interest in the law stemmed from her sense of justice and fair play for all. The challenges of learning the law coupled with her passion for justice peaked Ms. Valle's interest in pursuing a legal career. Ms....
He has taken hundreds of depositions, including of CEOs, CFOs, COOs and board members of major companies, economic and damages experts and investment bankers, in securities, corporate and commercial, products liability, consumer fraud, and other litigation.
*Gilman & Edwards, LLC, Landover/Rockville, Maryland
Owner/Member, April 2002-Present
Manage/operate full service law firm with a concentration in consumer and small business bankruptcy matters throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. Handle all aspects of Chapter 7, 13, and 11 bankruptcy cases. Also, represent clients in loss mitigation/loan modification/mediation and foreclosure prevention. Also represent clients in civil tax controversy, civil litigation, commercial and real estate disputes and personal injury matters.
*United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
Tax Division, Trial Attorney, July 1991-February 1998
Honors: Tax Division, Outstanding Trial Attorney 1996
*United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C.
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Maryland Consumer Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Maryland, Bar Foundation, Inc. Montgomery County Pro Bono Program
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, Inc.
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