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Rockville, Maryland 20850

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Family Law

Maryland & Washington D.C. Family Law Attorneys

Ain & Stein, LLC provides legal services in family law which includes:

  • Adoption
  • Custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Paternity issues
  • Termination of parental rights
  • Spousal support
  • Property division
  • Separation
  • Divorce and divorce mediation
  • Pre-nuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements
  • Division of pensions and stock options
  • Valuation of businesses and other assets

For over twenty-five years Michael Ain and Gary Stein have handled hundreds of divorce and related family law matters, both complex and simple. They have represented people from all walks of life-those of average means and well-known public figures.  Washingtonian Magazine rates Gary Stein as one of the top divorce lawyers in the metropolitan area (December 2011).

The lawyers at Ain & Stein, LLC will guide you through the legal process. They put a high premium on discretion, sensitivity, creative solutions to complex problems, effective strategies to achieve your goals, negotiated solutions when possible and successful court action when necessary. They never lose sight of the emotional and financial burdens shouldered by clients in the contentious, emotionally charged atmosphere of domestic conflict. They have the compassion, experience and intellectual skills to achieve your goals in the most constructive way for you and any children involved.

Representative Domestic Cases

Child Snatching. The Israeli man was married to our client, an American citizen. When our client learned that her husband planned to flee to Israel with their son where domestic law was more favorable to its male citizens, one of our lawyers rushed to court to prevent the child snatching.


Changed Circumstances. One of our clients founded a very successful business and paid generous alimony to his ex-wife based on his firm’s booming revenue. When the business suffered a dramatic and substantial downturn, we went to court and, following depositions and mediation, obtained an 83% reduction in our client’s alimony obligation.


Child Custody. Our client and her husband held prominent positions in international organizations. One of our attorneys went to court and won custody of her children for our client, the daughter of the president of a South American country.


Same-Sex Dispute. After their five-year romantic relationship ended, the departing roommate demanded a property settlement from our client. We intervened and protected our client’s home and assets.


Division of Interest in a Business. A husband and wife built a business together. When the marriage failed, the wife left the business. We devised an agreement that assured her continued interest in the asset and provided her a stream of income in the form of alimony.


Enforcement of Child Support Award. Our client is a British citizen. Her former husband lives here and owns a home titled in a corporate name. After he failed to pay her the child support ordered by a London court, we had the British court order enrolled in court here and obtained a judgment for the child support arrearage that will be collected on the sale of his house (now on the market).


Discovery of Hidden Assets. We accepted a divorce case “pro bono” for a woman with no assets. We discovered that her husband had a pension and owned property in Montgomery County titled in his name alone. We negotiated an agreement that resulted in a significant cash settlement for the client.


Saving a Business. We represented a woman who ran a successful consulting business. She had, for a time, employed her husband in the business but eventually fired him. He claimed that he had added value to her business and was entitled to an interest in it. She claimed that his efforts had hurt the business. We negotiated an agreement that preserved the business for her and waived his interest in it.


Pension Benefits. We represented a woman who sacrificed career opportunities to raise children and support her husband’s business. When they separated, she had no pension for herself. We negotiated an agreement and obtained a court order assuring that when the husband retired, the wife would receive half of the marital portion of his pension.

Child Custody, Divorce, Family Law Matters • Rockville, MD Lawyers

From Rockville, Maryland law offices, our experienced lawyers handle sensitive family law matters including separation; divorce; divorce mediation; custody; visitation; child support; spousal support; paternity; property division; adoption; pre-nuptial agreements; post-nuptial agreements; division of pensions and stock options; valuation of businesses and other assets; and termination of parental rights throughout Washington, D.C. and Maryland, including Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Calvert County, Carroll County, Charles County, Frederick County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, St. Mary’s County.

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