Family & Criminal Defense Law

Attorneys’ Bill Planta and Wendy Satin practice Family Law and Criminal Defense Law. Together they bring a wealth of trial experience coupled with calm, straightforward approaches and keen legal acumen to Planta Satin Law. Mr. Planta and Ms. Satin are regarded as two of the best lawyers in the State of Maryland.

Mr. Planta and Ms. Satin bring their vast trial experience and empirical knowledge to the table, whether the job is big, or small. All cases are “big” to the person at risk, or experiencing the breakdown of their family, and they deserve to have someone with a thorough and realistic grasp of the law, and judicial system, helping them in their time of need.

Legal problems can arise unexpectedly. Mr. Planta and Ms. Satin understand that when they do, one can be forced to defend himself, herself or their family, but may not have the cash on hand to hire counsel. Planta & Satin provides a range of payment options at this difficult time.

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Practice Areas

Family Law

Whether you’re going through a divorce, fighting for child custody or probating a will after the death of a loved one, the areas of family law are often emotionally charged…

Criminal Law

Criminal law is complex, and requires an expert hand to guide you with the best chance of a positive outcome to your court case. Whether you’ve been charged with…

Alternative Dispute Resolution

If you’re involved in a civil dispute, going to trial may not be a foregone conclusion. The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia…

Computer Forensics

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) means data or computer files. In today’s environment, ESI is a major part of any legal case. ESI can be ESI can be on a…

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