Kathleen Wobber is an attorney committed to meeting the specific needs of both parties and their children for more predictable outcomes and less acrimony. For more than 25 years, Kathleen has successfully been using Collaborative Law and other alternative dispute methods to resolve family and business disputes, which provides clients a distinct advantage over litigation. While she still represents select clients in litigated matters, Kathleen focuses her practice on Collaborative Law and divorce mediation.
Kathleen has helped to expand Collaborative Practice to the State of Maryland by training attorneys and other professionals in the process. She has served as President of the Maryland Collaborative Practice Counsel and Collaborative Professionals of Baltimore. She mentors lawyers and other professionals who are interested in learning and incorporating mediation and Collaborative Law into their practices.
Kathleen is a partner with Wobber Law Group in Towson, Maryland. She graduated cum laude from George Washington University and worked for the Secret Service before attending William & Mary Law School. Kathleen has published numerous articles on alternative dispute resolution, has taught mediation to mental health professionals, has presented seminars on Collaborative Law to attorneys around the State of Maryland and has lectured on Collaborative Law, both at the University of Baltimore and the University of Maryland Law Schools.