Divorce and Spousal Support
Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., is an experienced attorney in field of divorce and spousal support. The field of spousal support includes alimony, equitable distribution of assets, child support, contribution claims under Maryland common law, property division, and divorce-related equitable claims.
Mr. Mosson has represented people through initial consultations, during negotiations, in out of court settlements, and also at court. He brings trial experience to every divorce matter, but also the ability to negotiate and reach solutions without trial.
Mr. Mosson takes a mindful approach to the law, to help clients achieve the optimal solution possible. He also endeavors to help clients understand their options.
Mr. Mosson has experience in asset investigation, court discovery, divorce asset valuation, and asset calculation, concerning real property, retirement assets, other property, and financial assets.
For more about a legal consultation or representation, contact Mosson Law.
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The information at www.mossonlaw.com is intended to be generally helpful and informative. However, it is not provided as legal advice to anyone's case at court, specific circumstances, or legal issues. Legal advice under Maryland common law and U.S. federal law is specific to the "facts" at hand. In summary, this Website does not offer legal advice.
Policy Regarding Representation of Clients and Initial Contact:
It is the official policy of Mosson Law, LLC, and Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., to provide legal representation only after a person has completed and signed a written legal services agreement (LSA) and it has been mutually signed by the Attorney. Further, Mosson Law, LLC, almost always requires a Legal Consultation first, which is memorialized by signed consultation agreement. Contacting Mosson Law, LLC, and/or Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., does not create an attorney-client relationship. A phone call with someone at Mosson Law, LLC, before any Legal Consultation or Representation, is for query purposes only and to see if this firm can help. No legal advice shall be provided except via Representation or Legal Consultation, with each memorialized in writing.