April 8, 2022.
Can't say enough good things about this law firm, in particular Jennifer Bradley. She took on my very difficult divorce case and due to her experience and diligence I was able to get through the worst time in my life as well as get a much better outcome. She is very knowledgeable, professional, and pragmatic. Highly recommend!
James Struckmeyer (civilwarhero)
October 27, 2020.
When you need the Very Best to get you through the very worst, MDM&B is a great place to get moving forward again. If these Highest Level Team of Legal Professionals by some quirk of fate don't have all the right answers for you, they'll know exactly where to go or send you to find them. Highest recommendation possible for legal acumen and attention-to-detail. Don't walk, run to MDM&B.
September 16, 2020.
Ms. Meacham represented me during my divorce. She was most professional. Being a Male and having a women represent me worked out perfectly with no worries. She was able to almost triple the offer my wife proposed. If I need a divorce attorney again she's the one. Case closed
March 12, 2020.
You can't find a better law firm in the area. Great service, and they listen.
February 21, 2020.
After a ton of research, I interviewed 3 other attorneys in the Northern Virginia area before meeting Jennifer Bradley. One question I asked each one was, “If the conflict check had precluded you from representing me, who would you recommend I interview next to represent me?” Every single one of those 3 attorneys pointed me toward MDMB as a firm and Jennifer Bradley specifically as an attorney. It was immediately evident from our initial consultation that Jennifer was competent and experienced. I gradually learned that she was a fantastic listener while also being a patient explainer, a diligent planner but also a savvy strategist. She was on top of everything from day one. The thing that really sets Jennifer apart though, and I think this is probably why she is so respected by her peers, is that she is client first – and not in the slogan-y/buzzword-y sense that many firms probably use in their advertisements. There are firms out there that see divorce as an industry and see their firm’s mission within that industry as maximizing profit, even at the expense of their client. They do this by protracting negotiations unnecessarily, under-supervising or under-training junior associates and fostering unrealistic expectations in their clients’ demands. As a client, this creates a dynamic where you end up spending more on legal fees than the value of that last trivial item that was being argued over during that drawn out back and forth. By contrast, Jennifer uses her experience to tell you at the very beginning, based on the facts of your situation how things are likely to pan out if you go to court – which she knows based on her wealth of experience in family law at an elite level in one of the country’s most demanding legal markets. She then proceeds to drive toward that outcome as quickly as possible, outside of court, which saves you money and stress (even if it means she has to spoon-feed the statutes and precedent to the other side because she knows the law better than they do). To me, this is what it really means to put your client first. Divorce is stressful enough, do yourself a favor and hire a competent, pragmatic and talented attorney, like Jennifer Bradley.
December 12, 2019.
I highly recommend this firm. The attorneys in this firm are all Awesome. They are knowledgeable of the laws and you leave with a sense of relief in knowing they are on your side.
November 12, 2019.
My first contact with MDMB Law was in late 2016 as I entered into the beginnings of my divorce, one of the worst periods in my life. Having worked with a couple different law firms in the National Capital Region, MDMB Law is - by far - the most communicative and fair firm with which I've dealt. When I first approached Jennifer Bradley, I made clear my desire to keep legal expenditures low and protect my children from needless harm during the divorce process, and she promised to do her best. Since then, she has held fast to this promise, even doing so while having to take maternity leave. Even though I had already moved to another firm to continue my case in her absence, she checked in with me, constantly, because she took a personal interest in my case and my family. As a collaborative law professional, she really does look to solve problems outside of the "Wild West" environment of the courtroom, and her reputation proceeds her. Before officially retaining her services, I had occasion to speak with a former VA Supreme Court Justice who, when I mentioned her name, gushed that she was a "wonderful attorney." My stepfather, a superior court judge in another state, would comment on my interactions with her by saying that he respected her approach. He is not a fan of the "file first, ask questions later" type of lawyer, and given his personality, that's not an easy compliment to earn. Jennifer is a true professional. If you asked her, she'd probably describe her dealings with me as 'business as usual,' but it's hard not to feel as if she's taken a vested interest in me and my family. My life is easier knowing she has my back.