Stacy Talbott

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77 S. Washington Street, #304
Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: (301) 424-7799
Fax: (301) 424-8080

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Family Law Practice, Mediation & Collaborative Law Services - Domestic problems can present a distressing situation for everyone involved. Whether you are facing divorce, separation, custody, or problems with alimony or child support, you want to be sure the attorney handling your legal needs is fully experienced in family law and is capable of protecting your interests. In practice since 1983, The Law Offices of Stacy B. Talbott are located in Rockville, Maryland at 77 South Washington Street, Rockville, Maryland, a short distance from the courthouse. Ms. Talbott deals primarily with domestic and family law matters and she stands ready to serve you. Ms. Talbott is a skilled trial lawyer and negotiator and is also certified as a family law mediator and collaborative divorce attorney. She is dedicated to quality services and her goal is conflict prevention and resolution. Her approach focuses on dealing with the roots of conflict to facilitate lasting resolution. Stacy is experienced in all areas of family law, including separation and divorce, child custody, child support and alimony, matrimonial property disputes, and pre-nuptial or property settlement agreements. The Circuit Court appoints her as a mediator to help resolve divorce cases and she is actively involved in the Women's Bar Association and the Attorney Fee Dispute Committee of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Ms. Talbott recommends a free one half-hour initial consultation so that you can fully understand your legal options, property rights, and the services she renders. Understanding the emotional stresses involved in family proceedings, Stacy Talbott strives to represent each case with dignity and a genuine concern for her clients.





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