Alec M. Lewis

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Areas of Practice 1) Family Law, 2) Divorce, 3) Child Custody, 4) Child Support, 5) Alimony, 6) Separation and Property Settlement Agreements, 7) Family Law Mediation, 8) Visitation, 9) Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, 10) Adoptions, 11) Step-Parent and Grandparent Adoptions and 12) Paternity
Education University of Maryland (B.S., 1980)
Most recent firm Alec M. Lewis
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