Although Ken and Anne have successfully resolved many contested matters with minimal court involvement, judicial intervention is sometimes unavoidable. They have extensive experience representing all parties in contested fiduciary matters including, beneficiaries, heirs, executors, administrators and trustees.
Often referred to as the probate process, estate administration is the accumulation and disposition of an estate, subject to review by a Court appointed Commissioner of Accounts. Critical decisions often must be made to resolve competing claims, minimize taxes and fees and to assure the intent of a will or trust is executed.
Caring for the chronically ill and incapacitated adult bears with it a host of legal responsibilities which are often complex, time-consuming and emotionally draining. Ken Labowitz is a practicing attorney of 35 years who has been AV-rated by his peers and is joined by Anne Heishman, who has brought her court room experience and concern for vulnerable clients to the firm.
We understand and focus on the issues that confront closely held businesses. Peter Dingman offers local experience and familiarity with the needs of business people who own and operate their own companies.
Dingman Labowitz, P.C. offers clients experienced legal counsel for all commercial real estate matters. The firm’s real estate casework is handled by Peter Dingman. He is AV-rated by his professional peers and admitted to practice law in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.