Mike Mastracci, attorney and counselor at law, is the author of STOP Fighting Over the Kids and creator of the Divorce Without Dishonor® blog.
Mastracci was the founder and executive director of Maryland's first comprehensive services Child Access Center. His programs have been widely used and respected by judges in several jurisdictions. He has been appointed by the courts to represent children caught in the middle of high conflict cases and represents mothers and fathers alike.
His contributions in improving parent-child relationships have garnered him many interviews. He maintains the very popular family law blog www.DivorceWithoutDishonor.com®, which is full of useful information, articles, and resources. Mastracci encourages divorcing couples to educate themselves in the Collaborative Divorce method whereby they can demonstrate by their words and actions that they love their children more than they may dislike their ex.
Mastracci is a native of Baltimore County and was born in 1964. He graduated from the University of Baltimore Law School and was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in 1989. He began his legal career as a trial attorney handling personal injury and negligence cases. Through his in-depth trial experience, he developed a criminal defense practice for his law firm.
Mastracci's own difficult and acrimonious divorce and child custody battle led to his personal interest in collaborative family law. He is the author of STOP Fighting Over the Kids, a book on child custody issues and divorce survival using the collaborative family law model.
Mastracci is personable, a good listener, and sincerely interested in helping you to resolve your divorce and child custody issues in a fair and even-handed manner. His efforts are focused on improving the quality of your life while protecting the future emotional well-being of your children. He has personally felt and witnessed the strife that divorce causes in families and wants to express his concern and compassion for your personal situation. Using collaborative law does not mean giving away your rights or just submitting to the demands of a stronger-willed soon to be ex-spouse. Collaborative law entails working through the tough issues, brought on by divorce, as adults with a primary joint focus on helping your innocent children cope with the major adjustments that accompany separation and divorce.
Mike Mastracci would like to invite you to visit his website www.MiketheLawyer.com to learn more about his services, qualifications. and most importantly, how he can help YOU. Feel free to call him at 410-869-3400 and schedule an appointment or telephone consultation.