Baltimore divorce attorney Kumudha Kumarachandran enjoys being able to be a source of strength and solutions for her clients during what is usually one of the hardest times in their lives.
Divorce can emotionally drain anyone, no matter how tough you are, but Ms. Kumarachandran is steady and provides a sense of stability during an otherwise tumultuous time.
“I have always been a very creative person,” Ms. Kumarachandran said,” so I am very good at coming up with new solutions for my clients to strategically negotiate their cases and come up with innovative settlement solutions.”
Ms. Kumarachandran currently serves on the Military Law Committee of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association. In that important role, in May 2017 she lectured to attorneys from around the country on the complicated subject of the “Survivor Benefit Plan” aspect in the military retired pay division. She is honored to represent members of the United States Armed Forces.
Ms. Kumarachandran is licensed to practice in Maryland.
Ms. Kumarachandran received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Kumarachandran practiced family law and Child in Need of Assistance matters.
American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Co-Chair, Diversity Committee, and Modest Means Committee
Maryland State Bar Association, Vice-Chair, Committee on the Resolution of Fee Disputes
“Kumudha is able to keep a cool and calm demeanor and I like that about her. Any time I’ve asked her a question about a legal term or something that’s been said she so helpful and explains it with no problem. I really am thankful for her.”
— Robert D.
“Kumudha is outstanding! She is always well prepared. She also gives great advice and direction.”
— Steve M.
“Kumudha was great. She was good with communication, made sure I had her cell number should there be something urgent after hours. She was very thorough and prepared. One example of this was the court asked to review the DSS response but at a later hearing the opposing counsel requested they not be reviewed and the judge was inclined to agree with Opposing Counsel. Kumudha spent the lunch recess researching in the legal library the precedent, came back and argued that the court cannot request something then later not review it or not allow the next judge to review. She won and this ended up being very helpful to my case.”
— Thomas H.
“Kumudha helped save my case, and I am so appreciative of the work she did for me.”
“The service has been excellent and I appreciate the great advice that I have been given.”
— Tyrone P.
“I have no complaints. She’s been awesome to work with. Definitely awesome.”
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