Amira   Khan


Phone: 240.507.1737
Fax: 240.507.1735
Mailing: 4800 Montgomery Lane ,
9th Floor , Bethesda , MD   20814
Linkedin: Amira Khan


Amira Khan, an attorney in Offit Kurman’s Family Law practice group, concentrates her practice across the full spectrum of divorce and child custody issues.  She is certified in Collaborative Law and can practice as a Best Interest Attorney where she represents children in highly contentious cases.

Other matters that Ms. Khan handles in her practice are:

  • Complex financial matters regarding business valuations and partnership interests;
  • Reaching significant custody resolutions in highly contentious custody cases and modifications;
  • Representing victims of domestic violence in highly emotional disputes.

Ms. Khan has also practiced real estate law.  Working with mortgage lenders, servicers and banks she specialized in mortgage foreclosure.

Ms. Khan earned her J.D. at Widener University, Delaware School of Law.  During law school she was an active member of the Public Interest Law Alliance and a student ambassador.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice at George Washington University.

Ms. Khan is currently admitted to practice in Maryland and eligible for waiver into the District of Columbia.


  • Named to Maryland Rising Stars, in 2019 and 2020, by Super Lawyers, a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.  Only 2.5% of attorneys are selected to Rising Stars.

"I chose to practice Family Law because I want to be an advocate for families during their time of need."

— Amira

Practice Areas

Education & Admissions

  • Widener University, Delaware School of Law, J.D.
  • George Washington University, B.A. Criminal Justice
  • Maryland


  • Public Interest Law Alliance
  • Bar Association of Montgomery County
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • American Inns of Court, Montgomery County


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