Diana Valle offers a comprehensive, individually tailored approach to legal representation. Every client is assessed not only to analyze the correct legal course and strategy but to offer general ancillary assistance on other issues. For example, a client with a bankruptcy problem may also need tax assistance, while a client who is in foreclosure may need a bankruptcy.
Ms. Valle's interest in the law stemmed from her sense of justice and fair play for all. The challenges of learning the law coupled with her passion for justice peaked Ms. Valle's interest in pursuing a legal career. Ms. Valle obtained her law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law and is currently barred in the state of Maryland and District of Columbia. Ms. Valle also obtained an LL.M. in trial advocacy from the American University Washington College of Law.
Diana Valle is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County, Maryland.
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- The Law Offices of Sandra Guzman-Salvado
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- American University Washington College of Law
- LL.M. (2016) | Trial Advocacy Skills
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
- J.D. (2011) | Law
- University of Maryland - College Park
- B.A. (2005) | Criminology and Criminal Justice
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- Q. My legal husband will not return my son to me. What can i do?
- A: Yes, you will have to obtain a custody order. I recommend you file a complaint for custody immediately to avoid him establishing a routine with your son.
- Q. What does the following mean: The parties do not intend that Wife receive a pro rata share as defined in 5 CFR 838.103.
- A: Is there more language to that order? Here is the link for the definition sections so that may help. https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/5/838.103
- Q. Can a husband legally take my camera and gear?
- A: No, he cannot take your camera and gear. Although you are married, and most property acquired during marriage is marital property, that does not mean that he can take your personal property from you. Try calling the local police for assistance. I do not know if he is still residing with you, but hopefully that is a place to start.