Bethesda MD Real Estate Litigation Estate Tax Planning AttorneyLongman & Van Grack is a full-service law firm providing legal services to clients primarily in the following areas of law:

Longman & Van Grack is composed of lawyers who are members of the Bar Associations of Maryland; Washington, DC; Virginia; California; and Massachusetts. Our attorneys are not only experienced in their specific areas of practice but also put their client’s needs first. Our attorney’s experience includes representing individuals and businesses in legal and contract disputes at the trial and appeals levels. Our Firm also provides general business counsel and tax planning advice to many small and large entities. We also regularly represent businesses and individuals before the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing agencies. Additionally, our attorneys counsel individuals with general estate and tax planning.

Robb Longman, Adam Van Grack, Kenneth Fagin, Lona Feldman, Theodore Kiviat, and Steven Van Grack provide clients with effective, personalized counsel and work with each client to address each of their legal concerns. Contact us for a consultation at one of our convenient office locations in Bethesda or Rockville, Maryland.

Bethesda MD Real Estate Litigation Estate Tax Planning Attorney

Longman & Van Grack’s attorneys have received the highest possible rating 10.0, Superb by AVVO Attorney Ratings in a number of practice areas, including Business Law, Litigation, Tax Law, and Legal Ethics.

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With Offices in Bethesda, MD and Rockville, MD, the attorneys at Longman & Van Grack assist clients throughout Washington, DC and Maryland including Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George?s County, Chevy Chase, Darnestown, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Potomac, Silver Spring, and Wheaton.

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