My wide legal background allows me to assist clients with complex family law issues such as a divorce and custody as well as effectively represent them in catastrophic car accident, wrongful death, workers compensation claim (injured at the job regardless of fault) and medical malpractice. I can help people with criminal defense like DUI/DWI, assault, theft and other criminal matters and MVA hearing if your driver license is facing suspension. For those debtors, who are seeking a fresh start, I can represent those debtors in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to get rid of their debt. You can contact the Soubra Law Firm for a free initial consultation at 301-219-5038 or contact on line to speak with an experienced attorney today.
It is in your best interest to retain an experienced attorney who can assist you in your divorce or custody matter that can work effectively for you. My goal is to provide favorable results for my client. I will study and analysis the case and tell you what is the best way to approach your case. I am compassionate about practicing law and representing my clients to achieve optimal results provided the facts that are present in the case. I care about my clients and do the best possible job I can for them.
Family Law issues takes an emotional toll on a family as well as present legal challenges. Whether you are going through a separation, divorce, custody (disputes over your children), facing paternity issue or your property, we can provide effective, proficient, ethical, and cost-efficient representation. At the Soubra Law, we understand and are familiar with all of the complexities and nuances that occurs in a family law case. As Frederick Divorce Lawyers, we know how much is at stake for the spouses and their children. We are committed to finding a viable solution that will protect your best interests as well as the family’s best interest. Put Soubra Law Firm several years of experience to work for you by contacting us today.Divorce
By definition, a divorce is a legal action filed by a married person or persons to terminate a marriage. In Maryland, a Divorce can be obtained through a fault such as Desertion, Abandonment or Sunset Desertion, Constructive Desertion, Adultery, Cruelty of Treatment and Excessively Vicious Conduct, Insanity, Conviction of a Crime, and Mutual Consent between both parties. However, there is no-fault route of divorce that can be taken. This is the 12-month separation between the parties. In order to do the 12-month separation, the parties cannot live under the same roof. In order to have jurisdiction in this State to file for divorce, one of the spouses must have been a Maryland resident for at least six months prior to filing the divorce complaint. As a Frederick Divorce Attorney, I can determine for you what would be the best way to acquire a divorce in your given situation. At the Soubra Law Firm, we can help Frederick Maryland resident along with other counties in Maryland such as Montgomery, Carroll, and Washington Counties to file for divorce and carry you throughout to process to dissolve your marriage. It may appear that the process seems simple and can be easily managed, but this is not the case. An Attorney can make sure that you understand all of the legal implications and none of the technicalities is skipped.Child Custody
In Maryland, this is known as child custody for one parent to have custody over the child or children and visitation for the other parent to have access over the child or children. However, there may be cases where parents can have shared custody of the child or children. This is based on a case-by-case basis. This really depends on the facts that you have and how well the family unit is set up. Before you do anything, you want to make sure that your family unit is arranged, so that you have this arrangement. You should also consult an attorney to have this set up, so that way your facts can reflect situations where shared custody is possible. Many parents have a difficult time determine where should the child or children live with whom when parties do not live together. In a custody case, you need to decide the necessary arrangement with regards to physical custody and legal custody. Physical custody is defined with whom the child spend time with each parent, including holidays and vacations. However, legal custody means to who will make the major decisions about the welfare of the child such as religion, education, and medical (surgery, dental, etc). If the parents agree to these issues, then they are at liberty to make those decisions for the child. If the parents cannot agree, the court will make the decision on what is in the best interest of the child.Child Support
Parents have a duty to support their children financially. In Maryland, child support is based on the Maryland Guidelines, including the matrix for basis support, are found in Maryland Code Ann., Family Law §§ 12-201 through 12-204. The Guidelines when the parent’s gross income is inputted along with the costs for the children such as daycare, medical insurance, extraordinary medical expenses, and other costs. Child support obligations may end when the child reaches 18 years old or if the child is still attending secondary school then the child support obligations will end when the child reaches 19 years old unless otherwise agreed by the parties to a different arrangement and the court will permit such an arrangement. Frederick Divorce Lawyer, Imad Soubra, can advocate for your right to receive child support if you are the recipient or not being taken advantage of if you are being forced to pay more than the Maryland Guidelines permit if you are the obligor.Alimony
Alimony also known as spousal support is the financial maintenance provided to the other spouse after a divorce is granted or during the court proceedings for temporary support. In Maryland, depending on the circumstances of the parties, either husband or wife may receive alimony. A critical factor out of the alimony factors would be how long have the parties have been married. In event the parties married for a long time, the likelihood that one spouse will receive alimony due to the divorce. The alimony factors are the following: the ability of the party seeking alimony to be wholly or partly self-supporting; the time necessary for the party seeking alimony to gain sufficient education or training to enable that party to find suitable employment; the standard of living that the parties established during their marriage; the duration of the marriage; the contributions, monetary and nonmonetary, of each party to the well-being of the family; the circumstances that contributed to the estrangement of the parties; the age of each party; the physical and mental condition of each party; the ability of the party from whom alimony is sought to meet that party’s needs while meeting the needs of the party seeking alimony; any agreement between the parties; other factors are considered as well. As a Frederick Divorce Attorney, I can guide you through these factors to have the courts figure out an adequate amount for alimony in your case.Property Distribution
Marital property may be divided at the time of the divorce. There may be certain circumstances where a court determines to order a division of marital assets that is not even. Non-marital property, gifts, and inheritances are not subject to division at the time of the divorce. Property distribution can quickly become complicated because there may be many assets to divide. This is why having an experienced Divorce Lawyer in Frederick Maryland area on your side is critical in these types of cases to be certain that you are on the right track and not miss or loss any interest in property when division occurs.Maryland Personal Injury Attorney
If you are involved in a personal injury claim due to another person’s negligence, please contact an experienced personal injury attorney at the Soubra Law Firm for a free initial consultation. The Soubra Law Firm handles car accident and motorcycle accident where we represent the injured person who is not at fault of the car or motorcycle crash. The Firm also represents client who are involved in a catastrophic injury in a truck accident or commercial vehicle accident. If you are involved in an injury performed by a medical professional such as a doctor, nurse, nursing home, or hospital, this is a medical malpractice claim where you want to contact an experience personal injury attorney immediately to determine if you have a case. At your job, you were injured at the work regardless of fault which it is in your best interest to file a Workers’ Compensation Claim and speak with a Workers’ Compensation lawyer immediately to preserve your right to receive medical treatment, temporary total disability benefits for missed work, and disability benefits from industrial loss. As far as Wrongful death claim, if your loved one died due to some else’s negligence through a crash or work regardless of fault, you want to consult with the Soubra Law Firm. The Firm is here to help you through these stressful situations to make you whole from someone not being prudent and causing the crash. If you are victim of a crime, you can receive compensation for someone who inflicted this harm towards you. The Soubra Law Firm is here to serve those victims of negligence in Frederick, Montgomery, Washington, Carroll counties in the remaining Maryland area and wants to be your personal injury Firm.Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney
You have financial problems and cannot pay your bills or cannot pay them on time. As a debtor, you are seeking a fresh start. The only possible way to get rid of your debts is through bankruptcy. There are two types of consumer bankruptcy you can file which are a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 is a liquidation type of bankruptcy. To be eligible for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you must pass the means test in and meet the exemption of owning personal or real property and performed it in good faith. If debtor does meet the means test, you can only be exempted with so much personal and real property. However, a debtor can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief if debtor does not meet the means tests and wants to keep the property that exceed the exemption guidelines according to Maryland law. Chapter 13 bankruptcy it is a type of payment plan that can last between 3 to 5 years. There are a lot of benefits with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan. Call the Soubra Law Firm at 301-219-5038 or fill out the form on the website and speak with a bankruptcy attorney today. The Soubra Law Firm is here to serve those debtors in Frederick, Montgomery, Washington, Carroll counties in the remaining Maryland area and wants to be your bankruptcy Firm.Maryland DWI/DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney
If you are facing charges of DWI or DUI in Maryland, it is in your best interest to contact an attorney immediately to evaluate your case to plan for your criminal defense. If not, it can have consequences of jail time and also on your driving privileges. From point of your DUI/DWI traffic stop, you will be facing a number of issues that can potentially impact your defenses and rights. DWI/DUI are taken very seriously by prosecutors in Maryland. Also, if you are facing criminal charges, the Soubra Law Firm can help you who those criminal charges such as assault, theft, drug charges, etc. We also represent individual who potential facing suspension of their driving privileges (driver license) through the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). Call the Soubra Law Firm at 301-219-5038 or fill out the form on the website and speak with a criminal defense & DWI/DUI attorney today. The Soubra Law Firm is here to serve those debtors in Frederick, Montgomery, Washington, Carroll counties in the remaining Maryland area and wants to be your criminal defense & DWI/DUI Firm.Contact Soubra Law Firm for Legal Representation
Do not pick any Law Firm to help you with your legal needs. You need to select an attorney that is understanding and compassionate who can advice through this very difficult situation for you. My rates are affordable and reasonable. As the principal of the firm, I have many years of experience that represent many people throughout countless number of lawsuits. I offer free initial consultation to speak to you about your legal issue, so you do not have anything to lose in contact the Soubra Law Firm. I am here to serve the public in their legal quest to pursue their rights in Frederick, Montgomery, Washington, Carroll counties in the remaining Maryland area. Please contact my office with the Firm’s phone number as 301-219-5038 or the contact form on the Firm’s website.
The Soubra Law Firm is a debt relief agency. The Soubra Law Firm is here to help people to file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.