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06/26/17


Bethesda Magazine's List of Top Divorce Attorneys Includes Two From Stein Sperling

Related Attorney(s): Casey Weinberg FloranceMonica Garcia Harms

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Bethesda Magazine

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Bethesda Magazine once again named Stein Sperling family law attorney Monica Garcia Harms as one of the region’s “Top Divorce Lawyers," in the July/August 2017 issue. The prestigious list included 28 attorneys, selected from the 475 family law members listed by The Bar Association of Montgomery County. The list was compiled after interviewing a group of 50 of their peers.

The article, written by Kim Isaac Eisler, highlighted that, Monica "has been involved in several highly emotional cases in which parents have taken children to other states.” The article notes that custody is only part of what she does. 

Stein Sperling’s Casey Weinberg Florance was listed in the Rising Stars section, which included 10 divorce attorneys under 40, also identified by their peers. Casey's colleagues noted her skill and maturity in recommending her for the list. 

More information about the area's "Top Divorce Lawyers" is available to subscribers online in Bethesda Magazine's digital edition.


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