Aubrey Burton, Jr.’s thriving Maryland and Washington, D.C. law practice has been built through experience in both the public and private sector.
Coming from law school, Mr. Burton first served as law clerk in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia as well as in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Today he handles family law, business law and other legal issues for people in and around Prince George’s County, Charles County, Montgomery County and the broader D.C. area.
At the Law Offices of Aubrey Burton, Jr., we believe that the success of every case depends on the interpersonal relationship between the attorney and the client. As a service oriented firm, we are able to meet the commitment that we make to each of our clients to provide personalized attention to each matter that we accept. Our conscious approach leads to better service, more favorable results and lower costs for our clients.
We focus on all areas of the law, with a keen emphasis on family and domestic matters. Such matters include, but are not limited to: divorce; child custody and visitation; grandparent visitation issues; contempt prosecution and defense; child support; deviations from the child support guidelines; alimony; separation agreements; marital property agreements; prenuptial agreements; peace orders; protective orders; standby guardian nominations; modifications of preexisting orders; and post judgment motions, exceptions to Master’s Recommendations, and appeals.
Aubrey Burton, Jr. is licensed to practice law in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and California. Mr. Burton obtained his undergraduate education at Morgan State University, where he graduated magna cum laude. Mr. Burton received his Juris Doctor degree from Tulane Law School, where he served as the Junior Managing Editor for Tulane Law School’s edition of The National Black Law Journal, and as an attorney with the Tulane Criminal Defense Clinic. Prior to practicing law in the private sector, Mr. Burton served as a judicial law clerk at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
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