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11/04/13


Two Stein Sperling Attorneys listed in Bethesda magazine's "Top Divorce Lawyers"

By: Kim Eisler

Related Attorney(s): Julie B. ChristopherMonica Garcia Harms

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Bethesda magazine

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In the November/December issue, Bethesda magazine named Monica Garcia Harms as one of the region’s “Top Divorce Lawyers," a prestigious group that included 32 attorneys in the area. The article, written by Kim Eisler, highlighted that, "Harms is among those in the elite tier of private attorneys who are known for their skills in handling thorny custody issues." Ms. Harms represents clients in a broad range of complex family law matters, including divorce, separation, contested custody and access, child support, separation agreements, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, alimony, property distribution and modification actions. 

Julie Christopher was included in the Honorable Mention category of the same article, along with 15 other attorneys in the area. Eiseler wrote that, "Psychologists who practice in the collaborative divorce arena say Christopher is good with cases that affect young children." Ms. Christopher is collaboratively trained and a member of the Bar Association of Montgomery County's Collaborative Law Section.

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


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