Meet Divorce and Maryland Family Law Attorney Maureen Beery
Maureen Beery has been dedicated to practicing family law since 2014, with a particular focus on navigating the intricacies of divorce litigation and marital settlement agreements in Maryland. She has successfully assisted numerous clients in navigating Maryland’s district, circuit, and appellate courts.
Maureen understands that individuals facing family law matters are often going through the most challenging times of their lives. She strives to get to know her clients and their goals and navigates them through their issues. She firmly believes that having open and honest conversations with clients leads to the best attorney-client relationships, and ensures clients fully understand their options every step of the way.
Maryland divorce attorney Maureen Beery’s background, experience, and desire to make a difference in people’s lives when needed most have led her to practice family law. Maureen started her legal career as a law clerk at the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, where she assisted in prosecuting misdemeanor and felony matters. After graduating from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2010, she began practicing as an associate attorney for a general practice law firm in Baltimore. She quickly realized her passion for family law and determined that was the field to which she wanted to dedicate her career. In 2014, Maureen accepted a position at a large firm that exclusively assisted family law clients, where she worked for nine years supporting clients at the district, circuit and appellate courts throughout Maryland.
Maureen was raised in Columbia, Maryland, and graduated from the University of Maryland in 2006, majoring in criminology and criminal justice. She obtained her JD from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2010. Super Lawyers has recognized her as a Rising Star in Family Law for four consecutive years (2018-2021). In 2021, Maureen argued before the Appellate Court of Maryland, which created a legal precedent and a new Maryland law regarding the disposition of frozen embryos in family law matters. She currently resides in the Annapolis area with her husband and two children.