Local Estate Planning Attorney, Gary Altman, Esq., Selected as DC and Maryland “Super Lawyer” as the Firm Celebrates an Exciting Year of Growth


[ROCKVILLE, MD] – May 2, 2012Super Lawyers 2012

Gary Altman, Esq., founder of the Maryland-based estate planning law firm Altman & Associates, has been named a 2012 Maryland and Washington, DC Estate Planning and Probate “Super Lawyer”.  The acknowledgement, as published by Washington Post Magazine and DC Magazine, marks Altman’s sixth year in a row making the coveted list and compliments a year of exciting changes for the firm, including the addition of two attorneys and new office space.

“The Washington metro area is my home and continuing to serve this great community is a privilege for me,” says Altman.  “Second only to a satisfied client, it is the highest honor to be recognized at the recommendation of my peers.  I am proud to share this recognition with the entire Altman & Associates team.  We have been working hard to provide our clients with an even greater level of service this year through the addition of two first-rate attorneys, Adam S. Abramowitz and Michael J. Wolsh, as well as a newly renovated, state of the art office space.”

A nationally recognized estate planning authority, lecturer and author, Altman has also been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine as of one of the region’s “Best Estate Planners” and honored as a “Top 100 Attorney” in the country by Worth Magazine.  He authors an estate planning blog, Altman Speaks, and publishes many educational articles  – all of which can be found via the firm’s web site.

Super Lawyers is one of most respected peer-review rating services in the legal profession.  Its honorees are selected through a multi-phased process including exhaustive independent research, peer nominations and evaluations in which leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers.  Unlike with some special advertising listings, attorneys cannot buy their way onto the Super Lawyers list.

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