Parler & Wobber is committed to providing a sophisticated and cost-effective approach to representing clients' interests, while helping our clients maintain dignity throughout the process, in order to make a successful transition to the next stage in their lives. In addition to assisting you with divorce pre-planning and resolving immediate and longer range family law issues, we also help you look ahead in order to secure a stable financial future for your family. Our goal is to help our clients find the best process without destroying their family or their finances.
Kathleen Wobber has experience in a wide-range of family law matters. Her clients include individuals from all professions, and their spouses, including but not limited to the medical field, the legal field and self-employed individuals. We assist parties within broad band of financial circumstances, including high-income individuals (and their spouses) and those with large and complex estates. We have experience dealing with the interrelation between business matters and family law, including the valuation of businesses and the analysis of compensation for self-employed spouses.
We encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and collaborative law procedures and techniques.
If you are interested in pursuing Collaborative Law, which is an alternative to litigation visit International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
For a list of Collaborative professionals in the Baltimore area, visit the Collaborative Professionals of Baltimore.
If you and your spouse elect to resolve your differences using a mediator, we will mediate the case with you, or represent one spouse while the couple is involved in the mediation process.
Family Law Services
- Asset Protection and Hidden Assets
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
- Collaborative Law
- Contempt and Enforcement
- Divorce and Dissolution
- Divorce Planning
- High Net Worth Divisions
- Legal Separation
- Marital Property Settlements
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Property Division and Reimbursement
- Protective and Restraining Orders
- Spousal Support
- Third-Party Custody Rights