Michelle Hunter Green combines her superior problem-solving skills and a no-nonsense style to achieve desirable results for her clients. A dedicated advocate who never loses sight of the goal, she uses her great rapport with clients and her diverse knowledge of the law to develop and then implement strategies to satisfy her client's objectives. Her broad range of experience makes Michelle uniquely qualified to assist families during the most difficult times of their lives.
Clients rely on Michelle's sound advice on legal matters involving divorce, separation, custody and support, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial issues and other related issues. She also has significant experience handing guardianship matters for disabled, elderly and mentally ill family members.
Prior to obtaining her law degree, Michelle worked as a legal assistant in the Firm’s Estates, Trusts and Elder Law Department. She brings her extensive background in estate and trust matters, including estate, gift and inheritance tax, to her current role in the Family Law & Fiduciary Litigation practice group. Her practice focuses on separation, divorce and custody disputes; guardianships for disabled adults and minors; and fiduciary litigation matters.
Michelle earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. While in law school, she was a member of the Tax Clinic, representing low-income clients in tax matters before the Internal Revenue Service.
Bergeris v. Bergeris, 217 Md. App. 71, 90 A.3d 553 (2014)
- Shulman Rogers Attorneys Honored by Inclusion on 2016 Maryland and Washington DC Super Lawyers Listings
- Shulman Rogers Attorneys Honored by Inclusion on 2015 Maryland Super Lawyers Listing
Professional & Community Affiliations
- Maryland State Bar Association, Member
- Bar Association of Montgomery County, MD, Member
- J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, Member