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Frame & Frame attorneys at law celebrates 65th year!

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Tara Frame continues family legacy of service to the community

Pasadena, MD April 16, 2019– Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law is celebrating 65 years of service to the local community this year. The organization was founded in 1954 by Vernon Frame and their primary offices are still located in the heart of Pasadena, Maryland.

Tara Frame, Managing Partner of the Firm, reflects on their history and traditions, “When my father began the firm, he served local families for whatever legal services they required. He was considered the local lawyer for families in the North Anne Arundel County communities and represented clients for everything from family law, real estate transactions, criminal and contract cases – really anything that a family or local business needed. His goal then, and a tradition we carry forward in our daily business, is to provide the resources and expertise that our clients have come to rely on. More importantly, we have an extensive network built over the last 65 years so that we can provide our clients access to additional resources and services that we don’t provide. We continue to serve many generations of the same families and local businesses today.”

Today, Frame & Frame focuses on three core areas of legal services:

  • Estate, Probate & Elder Law
  • Family Law & Guardianship
  • Personal Injury, Auto & Workers’ Compensation

The firm has received numerous awards over the years including Best Law Firm by The Pasadena Voice and Best Of and Leading Lawyer by What’s Up Annapolis. Most recently, the Small Business Association awarded them SBA’s 2019 Maryland Attorney Advocate of the Year.

The firm will be holding a 65 Year VIP Celebration in May and looks forward to continued service to the community.

Media Contact: Suzanne Ratti
Telephone: 443-584-3327
Email: [email protected]

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