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Casey Weinberg Florance Joins Lerch Early’s Divorce and Family Law Practice

Lerch, Early & Brewer is pleased to announce that Casey W. Florance has joined the firm’s divorce/family law practice as a principal.

Casey is experienced in high-conflict custody and access disputes, sophisticated property distribution and business valuation issues, alimony and child support cases, post-judgment modification and enforcement issues, domestic violence matters, adoptions, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and appellate advocacy in Maryland.

“For more than a decade, Casey has exemplified excellence as a lawyer, a bar leader, and a colleague,” says Christopher W. Roberts, co-chair of the firm’s divorce/family law practice. “She brings high-quality character and talent to our group, our firm, and most importantly, our clients.”

Casey is an active member of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, having served recently as co-chair of the Leadership Development Committee and co-chair of the Family Law Section. She has been recognized by Maryland Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and Bethesda Magazine as a Top Divorce Lawyer Rising Star.

“Casey is the ultimate professional and will hit the ground running at Lerch Early,” says Erin L. Kopelman, co-chair of the firm’s divorce/family law practice. “We’re extremely pleased to add an attorney of her pedigree.”

For more about Casey, visit www.lerchearly.com/people/casey-w-florance.
(Download her vcard by clicking on the business card icon on each page.)

Lerch Early’s experienced family law attorneys help people resolve separation and divorce issues in Maryland and Washington, DC with the least possible impact on their emotions and their wallets. With 60 lawyers and more than half a century of experience in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia, Lerch Early helps companies, nonprofits, and individuals rise to every challenge in business, real estate, litigation, and life. For more, visit lerchearly.com.

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