DMS Law LLC

Maryland Law Firm

DMS Law LLC

Based in Frederick, Maryland, DMS LAW, LLC represents businesses and individuals in a variety of civil matters, including litigation, contract negotiation and drafting, employment law, administrative agency actions, state and federal court appeals, debt collection and defense, landlord and tenant matters, family law and divorce, trademarks and mediation.

Practice Areas:
-Business Law
-Civil Litigation
-Employment Law
-Landlord and Tenant
-Family Law and Divorce
-Appeals
-Mediation
-Trademarks

Principal Attorney:
-Diana Magazine Schobel

DMS LAW, LLC
5235 Westview Drive
Suite 100
Frederick, Maryland 21703
Tel: (301) 698-8930
Fax: (240) 215-3773
DMSchobel@dmsbusinesslaw.com

http://dmsbusinesslaw.com

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