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Abbie Pedroza


Abbie Pedroza is a family law attorney in Maryland. She proudly represents clients in a variety of custody, divorce, child support, and domestic violence cases. She has also successfully represented clients in criminal, traffic, and personal injury cases.

Abbie takes a compassionate approach with her clients and understands that there is nothing more important than ensuring the safety and wellbeing of your family. She has mastered the craft of listening carefully to her clients’ needs and forming creative, sustainable solutions – an outfit that looks different on everyone. She takes pride in efficiently resolving cases outside of the court system, but if and when your case needs to go to court, Abbie will fight to protect your rights as if you were her own family.

Prior to joining Krum, Gergely & Oates, LLC, Abbie served as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Harry C. Storm in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland. During her clerkship, Abbie gained firsthand experience in family and criminal law by working on dozens of custody, divorce, and felony cases. She has a deep understanding of court processes, how judges and juries are likely to rule on cases, and the resources available to resolve cases outside of court.

Abbie Pedroza earned her law degree at Wake Forest University and is licensed to practice in Maryland, North Carolina, and Washington, DC. While in law school, Abbie clerked for the Honorable Paul L. Friedman in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She also interned with the United States Attorney’s Office (USAO), the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) Section of the Department of Justice, and a prestigious catastrophic personal injury firm in Washington, DC.

Before law school, Abbie pursued an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Niagara University and successfully completed many therapy-based internships. She utilizes her unique experience in psychology to inform her legal practice daily and to provide the most supportive environment possible for her clients.


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