Reviewed by T. S. February 23, 2020
Good Experience from Traffic Court
Leonard A Englander is a good lawyer. In my case, he was able to walk me through all the possible routes we could take it, suggest the path with the best possible outcome while weighting the feasibility of the outcome reasonably. He was able to explain every legal concept in the appropriate depth to where caveats, norms, and jargon start to make sense. Would recommend.
Reviewed by Vicki S. December 4, 2019
Very Helpful and Reasonable Fees
I contacted Mr. Englander to help with getting my daughter out of a lease. He agreed to assist for a very reasonable fee, and came up with an alternate plan when the direct approach didn't work. We were ultimately successful The other thing is that unlike many lawyers I've dealt with, he always took my calls! Even though ours was a very small case, I felt like he paid attention.
Claimed Lawyer ProfileOffers Video ChatQ&A
- Landlord Tenant
- Traffic Tickets
- Domestic Violence
- Family Law
Video Chat and Conferencing
- Google Hangouts
I provide a free legal consultation to all potential clients, regardless of whether they choose to retain me. The average consultation will go through your basic legal options and make recommendations regarding your case. No fee will EVER be charged to a potential client. A consultation will on average take about 30-45 minutes.
Credit Cards Accepted
I accept all major credit cards (ie. visa, mastercard, etc.)
On certain cases, I will accept a contingency fee structure wherein I only get paid if I collect money for you. In such cases, in exchange for my services, I get a percentage of the judgment collected. The fee varies from approximately 25-35%. To put that in perspective, for every $100 I collect, I receive between $25-$35.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Maryland Court of Appeals
- ID Number: 201406170089
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
- J.D. (2013) | Law
- Providence College
- B.S. (2009) | Business
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude
- State Bar of Maryland
Websites & Blogs
3 Questions Answered
- Q. i gave my roommate my rent she didn’t pay she left the apartment now I got a eviction notice what can I do.
- A: That is very frustrating. So, you have to pay the rent or risk getting evicted. What you can do is locate your former roommate and file suit against her for absconding with the rent. Hope that helps!
- Q. The defendants in our case did not appear at the hearing but have now submitted intent to defend after. Is this allowed?
- A: I've seen that happen before. Basically, if they get the Notice of Intention to Defend (NOID) in at just the right moment, the Court just decides to set a court date. As counsel states, you will want to get all your documents in order and may want to consider looking into consulting with an attorney, either to represent you or at least give you some idea of how to proceed. Best of luck!
- Q. What happens to me since my landlord got his rental license suspended for a violation. I have 9 months left on my lease.
- A: Nothing "happens" so to speak. If your Landlord (LL) is unlicensed, you still have to pay rent and are still a tenant. The major difference lies in what your LL can do to you if you don't pay rent. In PG, if the LL doesn't have the license, he/she cannot make use of the Failure to Pay Rent (FTPR) action. Other than that, everything remains the same. Hope that answers your question.
Contact & Map