Law Office of Wendy Satin, PA

Maryland Law Firm

Law Office of Wendy Satin, PA

The Law Office of Wendy Satin is based in Rockville, Maryland and focuses on family law and criminal law. Their principal attorney, Ms. Wendy Satin brings a wealth of trial experience coupled with a calm, straightforward approach and winning strategies. Wendy Satin brings a wide range of trial experience and empirical knowledge to the table whether the job is big or small.

Practice Areas:
- Family Law
- Criminal Law

Principal Attorney:
- Wendy Satin

Wendy Satin, Esquire
51 Monroe Street
Rockville, MD 20850-2416
Phone: (301) 762-1000

http://www.wendysatin.com/

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