Welcome to Minshew & Ahluwalia LLP
The attorneys at Minshew & Ahluwalia LLP are devoted exclusively to the practice of Family Law, including uncontested and contested divorce, separation, child support, child custody, alimony and spousal support, separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, division of property, domestic violence, child support enforcement and modification, paternity, and adoptions. We are strong advocates for families in Maryland and Washington, D.C., and committed to delivering the highest professional and ethical standards to the practice of family law.
The law firm provides high-quality, aggressive, and innovative legal representation to defend our client's legal rights and protect their interests, both personally and financially. Client service is our principal goal, and we ensure that we fully understand our client's legal concerns to best serve their needs as efficiently as possible. Each family law case is unique, and we treat each client with respect and compassion during the challenges associated with divorce and child custody issues.
Attorneys Nicholas Minshew and Pam Ahluwalia provide comprehensive litigation services and will work quickly and aggressively at every stage of litigation to pursue a fair resolution of your personal and financial issues in court. However, when it is appropriate to settle your case outside the courtroom, attorneys Nicholas Minshew and Pam Ahluwalia will work to resolve your issues through mediation and negotiation. For complex and high asset cases, the firm works cooperatively with experts in the areas of business valuation, custody evaluation, forensic accounting, property appraisals, family counseling, and private investigations.
The Law Firm of Minshew & Ahluwalia LLP is conveniently located in Rockville, Maryland, within walking distance from the Rockville Metro Station on the Red Line. Click here for a map to show walking directions to our office. Free parking is also available. The office is a short walk from the District and Circuit Courthouses for Montgomery County, Maryland, and a short distance from I-270 and Route 355.