The Chiappelli Law FirmLLC

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Maryland General Practice Attorneys

• Family Law • Wills and Estate Planning • Criminal Defense • Civil Law • Mediation

The Chiappelli Law Firm,
headed by Jeremiah Chiappelli, Esq., is a full service general practice. We provide a wide-range of legal services. Please see our Practice Areas for additional information.

Our practice shares space with DM Law which focuses on Business Formation, Drafting, and Consulting.

Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.

Let the Chiappelli Law Firm help you and your loved ones navigate the twists and turns of the law

Recent News and Updates

The Chiappelli Law Firm Blog:

February 2015:

The Chiappelli Law Firm LLC, Att
			orneys & Lawyers    Family, Pasadena, MD The Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC became an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau.

October 2014:

The Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC is a Member of the Maryland Green Registry!

February 2014:

The Chiappelli Law Blog has launched!

July 2013:

The Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC has become an ABA-EPA Law Office Climate Challenge Partner!

The Climate Challenge is a joint program between the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to encourage law offices to take simple, practical steps to become better environmental and energy stewards.

April 2010:

The Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC joined the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.

July 2008:

Jeremiah was approved to be on the Family Law Facilitator Panel of the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County.

A facilitator is a volunteer attorney who helps parties to work out a temporary agreement regarding custody, visitation, support or other issues.

March 2008:

The Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC is a proud member of the Pasadena Business Association.

February 2008:

Jeremiah Chiappelli and the Chiappelli Law Firm, LLC became proud members of Civil Justice, Inc., an organization providing legal services to individuals who otherwise could not afford them.