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Regina DeMeo | Family Law Attorney

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Since June 2010, when the Washington Post first featured Regina and her approach to family law cases, she has routinely appeared in the media as a legal commentator on a variety of matrimonial issues.  Her former tv show, “Making It Last” for MMCTV focused on helping families tackle major issues using local experts and resources in the  MD area.  She has appeared on ABC tv, Sirius XM and Good Morning America, as well as countless articles and blogs across the country, and was cited as a relationship expert in Ellen McCarthy’s “The Real Thing” and Wendy Paris’ “Splitopia.”

Spouse Skeptical of Divorce Mediation? Here’s How to Get Them to the Table

By |November 9th, 2017|Categories: Regina in the News|

There’s a very good chance that when you and your spouse decide it’s time to call your marriage quits, it’s because you don’t see eye to eye on a [...]

The Most Common Reasons Marriages Fail, According To Divorce Lawyers

By |September 20th, 2017|Categories: Regina in the News|

Regina A. DeMeo, an attorney who has been practicing law in the Bethesda, Maryland, area for the past 18 years, says she’s seen a sharp spike in “people wanting [...]

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