Jeffrey N. Markowicz
Jeffrey has handled a wide range of matrimonial and family law cases, including divorce, custody, domestic violence, child support, and adoption cases. Jeffrey has also litigated an assortment of civil cases, ranging from personal injury, contract and medical malpractice cases. Jeffrey has also handled a variety of criminal cases including misdemeanors and felonies.
Jeffrey got his Maryland license in 1999, his District of Columbia license in 2001, and his New York license in 2007. In addition to trying cases in the aforementioned jurisdictions, he has also litigated cases in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the U.S. District Court for the State of Maryland, and the State of Virginia through the pro hac vice process.
Prior to entering practice, Jeffrey served as a judicial intern in the D.C. Superior Court for the Honorable Reggie Walton, who now sits in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Jeffrey also interned for the Honorable Gladys Kessler of the same court. Jeffrey also served as the law clerk for the Honorable Zoe Bush in the D.C. Superior Court.
In addition to his multi-jurisdictional practice, Jeffrey also serves as an Administrative Law Judge for the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings in New York City.
Jonathan D. Isaacs
Jonathan has represented clients in more than seven hundred family law matters in sixteen of the twenty-four jurisdictions in Maryland. His experience includes a successful representation of the appellant in the seminal child support case of Walker vs. Grow in the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. He also successfully represented the third party maternal grandmother litigant in a highly publicized custody matter that was featured on the "America's Most Wanted" television show. He is a highly skilled trial attorney having preceded his family law practice with a three-and-a half year stint as a panel attorney with the Office of the Public Defender in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Jonathan began his formal work experience as what was once commonly referred to as a "cub reporter" with the Washington Post Sports Department for three years during his undergraduate time at the University of Maryland. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University National Law Center. His experience prior to graduation from GW Law included time as an intern with the National Football League Players' Association and with the Environmental Protection Agency.
Jonathan has been active throughout his career with pro bono work, and has contributed considerable hours as both a volunteer at what is now known as the "self-help" legal clinic in the Montgomery County Circuit Court and in representations of multiple parties who could not otherwise afford legal services. Jonathan has also mentored a number of law students in recent years, several of whom have proceeded from law clerk work with his office to prestigious judicial law clerk appointments with Circuit Court Judges.