Stuart Skok

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Houlon, Berman, Bergman, Finci, Levenstein & Skok, LLC

11 N. Washington Street, Suite 230
Rockville, MD 20850

Phone: (301) 444-4432
Fax: (301) 444-4452


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Partner with Houlon Berman, in the Rockville Branch, Stuart Skok has handled matrimonial cases throughout Maryland and D.C. for 20 years. She is certified in Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Law. She published a book, Handbook on Separation & Divorce, Third Edition, articles on family law, and lectures on family law. 

Stuart has been actively involved in the collaborative community since it began in Maryland in 2007.  She served as President of Collaborative Divorce Association, Inc. (CDA), and Board member. She has twice served as Co-Chair of the Family Law Section for Montgomery County Bar Association, named Co-Chair of the year each term. She served as President of the Montgomery County Women’s Bar Association, has testified before the House Judiciary Committee on family law legislation, and has been a Pupil and Barrister with the Montgomery Inn of Court. She serves on the Peer Review Panel for the Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland, and is a Bar Leader for the Montgomery County Bar Association. She is also actively involved in the Down Syndrome Network of Montgomery County to increase funding, services and awareness for children with special needs.

Stuart is named each year by SuperLawyers as a Top Family Law Attorney in Maryland and D.C., including the Top 25 SuperLawyers in Maryland and Top 50 SuperLawyers in D.C. She has also been named as Top Family Law Attorney by Bethesda Magazine, Top Lawyer by BestLawyers America, Top Ten Leaders in Collaborative Divorce by Ten Leaders Cooperative, and Top 50 Women Attorneys in Maryland by Baltimore Magazine. She is a member of the Maryland State and Federal Courts, District of Columbia and United States Supreme Court.

 

 

 

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