Family Law

Looking for a Family Law Attorney or Divorce Lawyer in Frederick MD? Having to face unforeseen Family Law issues can be emotionally stressful and very disrupting to you and your family life.  Finding the best divorce lawyer, child support lawyer, or family law lawyer who you can trust to represent you is crucial to regaining your peace of mind.  The decisions you need to make are not easy, and we, at Sentelle Law, are here to answer your questions and help you with every step of the process.

As a knowledgeable and experienced Family Law attorney, we will personally meet with you, listen to you to understand the sensitive situation you are going through, and work with you to develop the best possible plan to resolve your legal issues, and achieve your desired goal.

Whether you want to proceed with an amicable settlement, or you need full service litigation services, Sentelle Law is committed to advocate and fight for you.  

We can handle cases that are uncontested and agreeable, cases with varying levels of conflict, and cases requiring complex litigation that involve personal or business assets.

You do not have to face this alone; you can trust Sentelle Law to stand with you and fight for you to protect your rights.


These are a few of the many areas we can help you with:

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Alimony/Spousal Support
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Separation Agreements
  • Asset and Debt Division
  • Visitation
  • Enforcement of Orders
  • Modification of Child Support & Child Custody
  • Domestic Violence & Protective Orders
  • Pre-Marital & Post-Marital Agreements
  • Paternity
  • Annulments

Do not wait, the sooner you find out what your options are, the sooner you will be on your way to resolving the challenging situation you face today.


Sentelle Law is the local Family Law lawyer you can trust to be on your side!

We serve families in Frederick County, Montgomery County, Washington County, Carroll County, Baltimore County, Allegheny County, and Howard County in Maryland. Cases accepted in other counties on a case-by-case basis.