Sandra (Sandy) Brooks’ practice focuses on all aspects of family law. She dedicates her time to assisting clients in domestic law matters including divorce, child custody/visitation, family mediation, spousal/child support, property division, and division of retirement benefits. Sandy's other areas of deep knowledge and experience include tax consequences of divorce, mediation, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, negotiating and drafting of separation agreements, domestic litigation, and post-judgment proceedings. Sandy is a member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers which places her in the top 5% of family law attorneys in the United States.
Ms. Brooks handles cases throughout all counties in Maryland.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
- Member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
- Bethesda Magazine Top Attorneys, Family Law (recognition honors the region’s most respected legal practitioners, as chosen by their peers), 2019
- Named to the "Best Lawyers in America" listing in the Family Law category 2015, 2018-2020
- Named to the "Best Lawyers in America" listing in the Family Law Arbitration category in 2018-2020
- Daily Record Leading Women, 2014
- Maryland Rising Star, selected by Super Lawyers, 2012, 2013
- Top 40 Under 40 National Trial Lawyers
Prior to law school, Ms. Brooks was a judicial intern for the Honorable John Turnbull, II, the Baltimore County Circuit Court administrative judge. During law school, Ms. Brooks served as a law clerk for the Law Office of William H. Roberge, Jr. Thereafter, she began her legal career as a tax controversy associate in Rockville, Maryland. Ms. Brooks was a family law associate with Ms. Hepfer for two years prior to the affiliation of the Law Office of Cheryl Lynn Hepfer with Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law.
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