Cary C. Jacobson is the founder of Jacobson Law, LLC, located in Columbia, Maryland. As the firm's managing partner, she focuses her practice primarily on family law matters, assisting clients throughout the Baltimore and District of Columbia metropolitan areas in a variety of matters including divorce, alimony, child custody and support, property division and parenting plans. Trained in both mediation and collaborative divorce, Ms. Jacobson often tries to help clients resolve their differences short of litigation, although going to court may be necessary in some instances. She also provides advice and counsel to clients who are seeking to add to their families through the adoption process as well as to victims of domestic violence.
Ms. Jacobson is a 2002 graduate of the University of North Carolina, Asheville, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in sociology. After spending time in private industry, she decided to pursue a legal career and enrolled at the University of Baltimore School of Law. While in law school, she clerked for a Columbia law firm, and after being awarded her Juris Doctor magna cum laude in 2009, she joined that firm as an associate and spent several years there before opening her own practice. Ms. Jacobson is admitted to practice in Maryland as well as before the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.
Highly regarded by her fellow attorneys for her skill and superb ethics, Ms. Jacobson has received an "Excellent" peer review rating through Avvo. An active participant in several professional organizations, her memberships include Howard County Collaborative Professionals, Inc., the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Howard County Bar Association.
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Last Updated: 2/3/2017