The Law Offices of Anthony J. DiPaula, P.A. is all about building personal relationships with its clients. DiPaula Law was founded on the premise of “everyday law for everyday people,” as a general practice firm for the everyday personal, family and small business legal needs of its clients. The firm represents small business owners from choosing the right entity through civil litigation in the areas of contract disputes, employment issues as well as leasing; real property actions such as boundary disputes and adverse possession; estate litigation and estate administration; family law matters; and serious personal injury and wrongful death; criminal defense in District and Circuit Court, including DUI and other serious traffic offenses, misdemeanor and felony cases, probation violations and administrative proceedings with MVA, MHIC, and other State agencies. Whether charged with a crime, or need help starting a small business, forming an entity, reviewing a lease for office or retail space, estate planning, updating or creating Wills and trusts, or simply in need of personal advice, DiPaula Law can assist.
Although based in Bel Air, the County seat of Harford County, the firm also handles cases in Baltimore County, Cecil County, and many of Maryland’s twenty-three counties and Baltimore City. The firm is ably staffed to assist clients in obtaining results in an effective yet cost-efficient manner.Representative clients include Iacoboni Site Specialists, Inc., Cossentino Contracting Company, Inc., United Products Distributors, Inc., Lawyers Advantage Title Group, Inc., E. Pikounis Construction Co., Inc., Simmons Steel Services, LLC, T.J. Angelozzi, Inc., Flo-Tron Contracting, Inc., Willard Agri-Service of Frederick, of Lynch and of Mt. Airy, Inc., CNA, Inc., Farnen & Dermer, Inc., Mark’s Body Shop, Inc., Facility Site Contractors, Inc. (FASCON), J & B Plumbing & Heating, Inc., among others.
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