Frederick 20-20 Family Law Plan

Our voluntary and free 20-20 Family Law Plan from the Law Office of Michael Golburgh lets your employees focus on their work instead of their legal matters.

In the same way that many benefits packages provide access to preventive medicine or dentistry, our family law plan gives your employees access to preventative law. Our plan gives you a no-cost enhancement to your company’s benefits package and your employees an affordable way to prevent and/or resolve their legal issues.

When employees are dealing with legal concerns such as divorce or child custody, their burdens are often evidenced in the workplace through:

  • Distraction leading to poor job performance
  • Wasted work time - Completing personal or legal tasks during work hours 
  • Absenteeism 
  • Increased healthcare costs

By having a voluntary family law plan in place, your employees will have the peace of mind of knowing that they’ll be prepared when legal matters arise — and you’ll have employees who aren’t distracted by legal concerns.

Help reduce employees’ concerns about the costs of legal services.

Personal finances are at the top of the list when it comes to causes of stress, according to a report from the American Psychological Association, and finances are often closely tied to financially driven legal needs. When employees with legal problems hesitate to consult an attorney because they fear they can’t afford legal representation, productivity suffers. With the 20-20 Family Law Plan from the Law Office of Michael Golburgh, both your employees and your organization reap the benefits of having affordable, quality legal services readily available. As a participant in the plan, your employees will receive:

  • A free 20 minute, in-depth case evaluation

  • A 20% discount off of hourly legal fees.

  • Access to an experienced attorney who specializes in Maryland Family law.

Contact the Law Office of Michael Golburgh today to learn more about how the 20-20 Family Law Plan can benefit your organization.

Practice Areas

QDROs
Post-Judgment Modifications
Issues Involving Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Neglect

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