Who We Are: Lusk Law, LLC
In Depth Knowledge and Comprehensive Solutions in Maryland
At Lusk Law, LLC, we believe that the relationship between client and attorney is not a one-way street and should be viewed as a partnership focused on finding effective solutions. For our clients, we provide counsel that is responsive, highly ethical and personalized to our client’s unique needs and circumstances. No one is served well when the full range of business and personal needs are not taken into account.
Our firm provides experienced counsel for many areas of the law, including:
- Trial and Appellate Litigation
- Business planning
- Landlord Tenant Law
- Family law and divorce
- Real estate
- Animal & Equine Law
Attorney Rebekah Lusk is licensed in Maryland, the Federal Court of Maryland and the District of Columbia, and the Federal Appellate Courts. By thoroughly preparing cases and knowing the benefits and detriments of litigation, we help our clients save time and money by preventing lawsuits. When litigation is necessary and appropriate, we zealously represent our clients in court. See a video of Rebekah Lusk arguing in front of the Court of Appeals.
Meet Lusk Law, LLC
Lusk Law’s managing owner is Rebekah Lusk. Rebekah has extensive litigation experience at all level of Maryland courts, including having reported decisions from both the Court of Special Appeals and Court of Appeals. In addition to her strong legal skills, she also has useful skills and experiences outside of the law. Rebekah is a small business owner, owning both commercial and residential rental properties and a horse farm, and has extensive senior management experience with non-profit organizations.
Contact Our Maryland Law Office
Get advice for your issues of litigation, landlord/tenant, business law and family law matters. Contact us at Lusk Law, LLC by telephone 443-535-9715 or email to schedule a confidential consultation for all your legal solutions. Office in Frederick County, Maryland, with satellite locations in Howard and Montgomery Counties
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