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Practicing in Maryland, DC, & Virginia

with offices in Montgomery,
Frederick, and Prince George's
counties in Maryland.

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Silver Spring - (240) 833-2284
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Upper Marlboro - (301) 736-5432

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Legal Services

Comprehensive Legal Services

Experienced, capable and cost effective, the lawyers with The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. have been providing excellent comprehensive legal services to businesses and individuals in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. since 1987.

When you need legal services from skilled advocates, including but not limited to; family law (including divorce, annulments, child custody, adoption, legal name changes and wills), bankruptcy law, criminal law, or construction law, assault and DWI/DUI defense, call The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. Our team of lawyers can provide you the legal help, information and representation you deserve. With three Law Firm office locations to serve you, call today at (301) 942-0802 to find out more about our affordable legal services.

Bankruptcy Attorney Services

bankruptcy-lawyerThe Bankruptcy Code exists, in part, to serve those who need a fresh financial start. Unfortunately, Myths About Bankruptcy, the costs and consequences of filing, keep many people from considering what may be their best way to attain Relief From Debt Collectors and the weight of excessive financial debt.

In order to legally qualify to practice bankruptcy law, an attorney must be admitted in the federal bankruptcy court or district court (depending on local practice) of the state where the bankruptcy case is filed (most of the time this is where the person filing lives.) However, in order to effectively practice bankruptcy law, much more is required. Bankruptcy practice is completely different than any other area of legal practice. It is largely governed by the Bankruptcy Code and Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure. In most cases, the amount you owe and how you acquired your debt is insignificant. What you own, the amount of your income, and how and when you transferred money or property before filing are, however, significant issues. Thus, the responsibility for a debt or obligation, a concept that is at the heart of civil law and legal training, is largely without significance in the bankruptcy realm. Instead new rules come into play and exemptions, preferences, and priority of debt take on major significance.

What’s more, bankruptcy law is constantly evolving. Within the last few years the Bankruptcy Code was dramatically altered. Rules applying to Bankruptcy have been amended numerous times since then. Court cases are constantly decided which make even more changes to this body of law. Any attorney practicing bankruptcy law must be able to devote the time and attention necessary to stay abreast of these changes.

The attorneys at the Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. have many decades of collective experience practicing bankruptcy law. Along with our educated and knowledgeable support staff, we insure that we provide the most effective representation possible. In bankruptcy, it is very important that you make knowledgeable and informed decisions and take deliberate and educated actions. We use the leading resources and software in the bankruptcy practice arena and take great care to insure that our attorneys are updated with the latest information to guide you in your planning and decision making.

Beginning in 1987, the attorneys with The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. have been helping debtors in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. get the debt relief that the Bankruptcy Code was designed to provide.

The initial consultation with one of our firm’s bankruptcy attorneys costs nothing and can answer many of your Questions on how we can benefit you, including the Affects of Bankruptcy on your credit, the Process Involved in Filing For Bankruptcy, and Preparation For Bankruptcy. To speak with one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys, call (301) 942-0802 or you can complete our Confidential Consultation Request.

Family Law Service

family-lawWhether you’re dealing with a less-than-amicable divorce or trying to adopt a child or confronting another serious family law matter, experience does count.

The Attorneys with The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. have decades of combined legal experience handling family law cases for the people of Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

The sooner you seek our help with experienced legal counsel, the sooner we can help you protect your rights and ensure the welfare of your family. To arrange a consultation with one of our family law attorneys, Contact our law firm at (301) 942-0802.

Criminal Defense Legal Services

criminal-lawyerBeing a suspect or being charged with a serious crime is frightening.  After all, a criminal conviction for Assault & Battery, theft or other serious legal claim could cost you your freedom, your reputation, and your livelihood.

You need legal services from a law firm well known for providing aggressive, results-oriented criminal defense. Experienced in both state and federal criminal cases, The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. attorneys are dedicated and tenacious advocates for the accused and can handle a wide range of criminal defense cases including DUI & DWI.

Placing your criminal defense in the competent hands of The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. gives you the best chance of achieving a positive outcome. Find out more by contacting our offices at (301) 942-0802 or use our no obligation Criminal Defense Consultation form.

Construction Law Services

construction-lawThe Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. has been skillfully representing builders, contractors, subcontractors, homeowners, and home improvement companies in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia for years.

From representing clients before administrative boards to preparing contracts to filing mechanic’s liens, Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. provides cost effective legal services covering the spectrum of construction law issues.

After hours and weekend appointments are available to meet with a construction law attorney from The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. To schedule a no obligation consultation, contact our offices at (301) 668-5111.

Mediation Services


Designed to facilitate a positive resolution, the mediation services offered by The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder L.L.C. provides a comprehensive opportunity to create long term resolutions to disputes utilizing the legal expertise of a neutral party.

Through the mediation process, our firm acts as a resolution facilitator who’s findings are non-binding unless both parties agree to be bound by our decisions. Our mediation attorney will act as a reconciler, resource expander, interpreter and educator creating both a positive and safe environment for opposing parties to present their positions with a final objective of creating a resolution that each party can agree to.

Let The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. help you to create a long term, cost effective, and final resolution to issues ranging from contract interpretation, child custody, child support, child access schedules, alimony, marital property division, retirement account disputes, and much more. Give our offices a call today at (301) 668-5111

Dispute Settlement Services


Disputes between parties can arise for various reasons from disagreements over property contract and construction issues to family custody and domestic disputes. The Law Firm of Wampler & Souder, L.L.C. is here to help you create a low cost alternative to the judicial process. The fact is, the dispute resolution & settlement process can be used in almost any legal matter as an affordable alternative to more comprehensive legal processes.

Our skillful legal team can work with all parties involved with a goal of negotiating a final settlement to almost any dispute that will typically create a resolution that can potentially avoid the high cost of trial. The practice of dispute settlement has many benefits in cost savings and allows each party to have some control over the final outcome to the process, unlike a traditional trial setting in which a Judge or Jury will make the final judgments and can result in the disclosure of private matters in an open court.

To learn more about our dispute settlement and resolution legal services, just give our offices a call to have someone from our offices contact you at a more convenient time.

For the best Maryland attorney dispute resolution advice contact us for a lawyer consultation over the phone or in one of Maryland offices in Frederick, Howard, Montgomery or Prince George’s Counties.