Related Attorney(s): William H. Roberge, Jr.
Stein Sperling is pleased to announce that William H. Roberge, Jr. has joined the firm as an Of Counsel. His addition caps a two-year period of substantial growth in the firm’s Estates and Trusts practice, which has doubled in size since 2010.
Roberge concentrates his practice in transactional areas such as estate planning, real estate and estate and trust administration, and has leveraged his experience in these areas on behalf of clients for over 40 years. “Bill’s reputation for providing experience-driven and client-focused service to our local community reinforces Stein Sperling’s capability to handle substantial and sophisticated real estate, business and planning matters,” stated Millard Bennett, managing principal for the firm. “In addition, the connection he establishes with each of his clients mirrors the connection Stein Sperling attorneys value sharing with our clients and each other.”
Roberge, who has practiced law in Montgomery County, Maryland, for close to 35 years, looks forward to continuing to serve clients and the local community. “I consider it an honor to be asked to join a firm that I consider one of the premier law firms in the metropolitan area,” he said. Outside of the practice of law, Roberge regularly makes continuing legal education (CLE) presentations to lawyers and also speaks regularly before groups of real estate professionals on topics such as elder law, real estate law and estate planning.
Roberge is a graduate of Tufts University and earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and a former chairman of the Rockville Economic Development Commission. Roberge is a former certified ethics instructor for the Greater Capital Area Association of REALTORS®, as well as member of the Maryland State Bar Association, Bar Association of Montgomery County and District of Columbia Bar.
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