Sanford K. Ain

Sanford K. Ain: Attorney with Ain & Bank, P.C. AV stamp icon
  • Principal at Ain & Bank, P.C.
  • 1900 M Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036-3565
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Biography

American College of Trial Lawyers. Diplomat, American college of Family Trial Lawyers. Author of Numerous Articles, Publications and Presentations including: "Divorce-The Valuation and Division of Stock Options," D.C. Bar; "Complex Family Matters, Editorial on Troxel v. Granville, U.S. Supreme Court," The National Law Journal; "How to Value Goodwill as Marital Asset," The National Law Journal; What You Should Know About Divorce Taxation Involving the Elderly," The Practical Tax Lawyer, Spring; "Taxation Issues Affecting the Older Divorce Client," American Bar Association Family Advocate. Lecturer: "Classifying and Valuing Employee Stock Options Upon a Marital Dissolution," Virginia State Bar Presentation; "A Comparison of the Domestic Relations Laws- Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia"; Aspen Publishers: Valuing Professional Practices and Licenses, Third Edition, Chapter 44B; Professional, Personal and Celebrity Goodwill Valuation: Forecasting an Uncertain Future; "The Use of Professional Consultants, Advisors and Experts in Pre-Litigation Resolution of Marital and Custody Disputes," District of Columbia Bar Presentation. Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (Counsel, 1999-2000 and 2005-2006; President, District of Columbia Chapter, 1991-1994; President, 2003—).

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Family Law
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Business Successions
  • Real Property

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202 530-3330  Phone
202 530-4411  Fax
www.ainbanklaw.com
University Attended:
University of Wisconsin, B.A., cum laude, 1969
Law School Attended:
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1972
Year of First Admission:
1972
Admission:
1973, District of Columbia; 1972, Virginia; 1982, Maryland; United States Supreme Court
Memberships:
Montgomery County Bar Association (Member, Continuing Legal Education Faculty, 1985—); The District of Columbia Bar (Continuing Legal Education Faculty Member, 1979—); Bar Association of the District of Columbia (Director of Executive Council, Y.L.S., 1978-1981); Virginia State Bar (Continuing Legal Education Faculty Member, 1983—); Maryland State (Member, Continuing Legal Education Faculty, 1985—) and American Bar Associations; Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (Continuing Legal Education Faculty Member); Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Continuing Legal Education Faculty Member.
Birth Information:
Glen Cove, New York, July 24, 1947
Reported Cases:
Kramer v.Kramer, 1996 Daily Wash. L. Rptr. 1205 (March 13, 1996); Kreuz v. Kreuz, 354 A.2d 867 (DC 1976); Hamel v. Hamel, 489 A.2d 471 (DC 1985); East v. East, 536 A.2d 1103 (DC 1987); Scott v. Rutherfoord, 30 Va. App. 176 (1999); Melrod v. Melrod, 83 Md. App. 180 (1990).
ISLN:
909518958

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