Family Law Attorney Liz Estephan Joins Lerch Early

Lerch Early is pleased to welcome family law attorney Liz Estephan as an associate in the Divorce/Family Law practice. Liz assists people with domestic relations issues, including separation, divorce, custody, property, and support matters in Maryland.

“Liz’s keen interest in family law, coupled with her compassion for our clients, make her a great resource,” says Erin Kopelman, co-chair of the Divorce/Family Law practice. Co-chair Chris Roberts adds that “Liz’s experience with litigation documents helps us prepare the best case for our clients, whether in or out of the courtroom.”

Liz works on a wide range of divorce and separation issues, including alimony, asset distribution, child support, custody, and visitation. She received her law degree from the American University Washington College of Law, and a bachelor of arts cum laude from the American University School of International Service. Liz is admitted to practice in Maryland.

Liz loves to cook and to travel, and recently returned from a trip with her extended family to Portugal, where her maternal grandparents emigrated from seven decades ago. While there, she enjoyed sampling the codfish and pasteis de nata, but has not yet replicated them in her home kitchen.

For more about Liz, visit (Download her vcard by clicking on the business card icon.)

Lerch Early’s 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. These issues include alimony, asset distribution, child support, custody, and visitation, as well as post-divorce modifications and second marriages.

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


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