Serving Maryland DC & Virginia

(866) 933-7953 1/2 Hour Free Consultation


With over 100 years of combined experience, we are a full-service law firm dedicated to helping people in our community

Samuel D. Williamowsky

A lifelong resident of Montgomery County, Maryland, Samuel D. Williamowsky is a senior partner in the law firm. Mr. Williamowsky has a specialization in real estate law, foreclosure matters, and general litigation in criminal, civil and family law matters. He is also an approved title insurance agent with Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation.

Mr. Williamowsky is actively involved in representing clients through several pre-paid legal plans, including United Legal Benefits, Legal Resources of Maryland and Legal Resources of Virginia.

In addition to his outstanding professional accomplishments and affiliations, he is very involved in political and community affairs, having held many offices and leadership positions. He served as an officer of the board of directors for the Men’s Club of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington. He is also a member of Temple Emanuel Congregation and is active in the United Jewish Appeal. Mr. Williamowsky is an active participant in the Wheaton Boys Club and a member of the Classics AAU, Maryland Branch.

Mr. Williamowsky is a member of the Montgomery County and Maryland State Bar Associations, the District of Columbia Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.

He received his undergraduate degree from Ohio University, where he graduated Cum Laude (1972), and his Juris Doctor from University of Baltimore Law School where he graduated Magna Cum Laude (1975) and a member of the Heusler Honor Society.

Mr. Williamowsky served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Solomon Liss of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City after his graduation from law school.

He has been admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Districts of Columbia and Maryland, the Courts of Appeals in Maryland and the District of Columbia, and the Supreme Bench of Baltimore.