We Fight Fire With Water
It’s easy to run up legal fees in a divorce if you pour gasoline on the fire. Divorce problems can create a lot of fire.
We think it’s better to quench the fire with water. If you want to be constructive about your divorce, the lawyers at Thyden Gross & Callahan LLP, have helped many clients over the years successfully resolve their most complex divorce problems.
We would like to help you negotiate a fair divorce settlement and move on with your life. We have put together the resources on this site to educate you about divorce law in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, and to answer many of your questions.
If you have any questions that are not answered on this site, feel free to contact us.
(Of course, if you don’t want to be constructive about your divorce, and you have an extra hundred thousand dollars or so you don’t need, we can also fight fire with fire.)
About Our Firm
Thyden Gross and Callahan LLP, established in 1972, represents individuals and business clients in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Our divorce lawyers have a depth of knowledge and experience to bring to divorce and family law cases, which includes all of the legal areas that sometimes encompasses, such as litigation, taxes, business law and bankruptcy.
We are an “av” rated firm. That is the highest rating a firm can receive from Martindale Hubbell. These ratings attest to a lawyer’s professional legal ability and ethics and are based on the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Our lawyers have also been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine and Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine.
Our philosophy is that a constructive approach to cases, and a respectful approach to clients, lawyers, and opposing spouses in divorce cases best serves our clients.
We believe that divorce is one area of law in which overly aggressive and hostile tactics do not work well. They serve only to create divorce problems that delay resolution, run up legal costs and do lasting harm to children and families. We believe it is better to establish good long term relationships with our clients, rather than making a quick fee in any particular case.
Most of our new cases come from word of mouth and referrals from our clients.