Kathleen Wobber

Maryland Collaborative Practice Council

406 E. Joppa Road
Towson, Maryland 21286
United States
Office Phone: 410-832-1880
Member since 2009
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Lawyer, Mediator

Kathleen M. Wobber, Attorney at Law

Kathleen Wobber is an attorney practicing in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Her family law practice includes the Baltimore and D.C. Metropolitan areas, as well as the Eastern Shore.

Kathleen is a Parner in the firm of Parler & Wobber. The firm's five attorneys and six paralegals are available to handle a range of matters, including family law and business disputes. The firm philosophy is to manage our client's cases in the most cost-effective manner, utilizing creative legal solutions, including collaborative law.

For more than 20 years Kathleen has been assisting clients in resolving legal disputes. Prior to law school, Kathleen worked for the United States Secret Service.

When not assisting clients, Kathleen enjoys cooking, spending time with her husband on the Eastern Shore and participating in 4-H Alpaca and Dairy Goat Clubs with her daughters.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation, Business Law, Civil Law
License(s): Addmitted to the following bars: ~Maryland (1992) ~U.S. District Court for District of Maryland (1993) ~District of Columbia (1993) ~U.S. District Court for District of Columbia (1993) ~U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Cir. (1994) ~U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Cir (1995) ~U.S. Supreme Court (2000)

Professional Activities

~Maryland Collaborative Practice Council, Secretary and Newsletter Editor ~American Bar Association ~Maryland Bar Association ~District of Columbia Bar Association ~Baltimore County Bar Association

Undergraduate Education

The George Washington University
Cum Laude, 1988

Postgraduate Education

Coursework in Forensic Questioned Document Examination

Professional Education

William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law
1992

Comments

I have represented individual and business clients in litigation matters for more than 25 years. Although my practice includes family law litigation, I am convinced that mediation and the collaborative process will result in lower attorneys' fees for my clients and, more importantly, promote a more peaceful resolution in painful divorce and child custody disputes. I also believe that collaborative law model is useful in business legal disputes where the parties have existing business or personal relationships. I am excited about assisting clients in achieving their goals through collaborative law and I encourage prospective client to contact me, at no charge, with any questions about the collaborative process.