Firm Facts

Main Office

25 West Middle Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20850
301-340-2020 main
301-340-8217 fax

Stein Sperling by the Numbers

  • Total Attorneys: 40

  • Total Staff: 69

  • Average Attorney Tenure: 12 years

  • Average Staff Tenure: 8 years

  • Attorneys AV-Rated by Martindale-Hubbell: 15

  • Attorneys recognized by Maryland Super Lawyers magazine: 9 Super Lawyers; 12 Rising Stars

  • Attorneys recognized by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine:  9 Super Lawyers; 12 Rising Stars

  • Attorneys recognized as Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Foundation "Bar Leaders": 8

  • Attorneys recognized as "Best Lawyers": 5

  • 2011 Stein Sperling Softball Record: 12 - 3  (2011 Bar Association of Montgomery County Softball Champions)

Stein Sperling EPA Green Power Partner          2014 Best Law Firms

Media + Events + Videos

Second Marriages: Connecting Family Law and...

We anticipate the needs of clients and their families as they enter a second marriage.

Divorcing Husbands, Wives and Businesses

Our family and business law groups collaborate to meet unique needs of business owners.

4/23/2014 Casey Florance publishes “How do separation,...

She explains how long it takes to get divorced and issues addressed in a divorce case.

3/13/2014 Stein Sperling to sponsor Home Court 27

We are sponsoring the 27th anniversary of the charity basketball game.

6/11/2014 Micah Bonaviri to present Estate Planning Basics

He will provide estate planning information to Food and Drug Administration employees.


Resource Center

Protective Orders and Peace Orders

Differences between protective and peace orders in Maryland.

Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: How to be free of tax…

Letting the statute of limitations on collection expire can help free one of tax debt.

Estate Planning Questionnaire

This document assists our attorneys in developing recommendations for customized estate plans.

Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: How to Discharge Certain Taxes in…

This taxpayer resource describes bankruptcy strategies and best practices.

Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: Installment Agreements

There are payment options when a taxpayer cannot pay his or her entire tax balance.