Hometown Potomac Law Firm Helps Individuals, Businesses and the Community Navigate Legal Issues while Delivering Knowledge, Strategy and Results

Often, the need for an attorney arises at emotional moments. Yet what clients need most from their attorney is reasoned decision making unclouded by emotion. Attorneys at McMillan Metro P.C. are known for their ability to understand the emotion while navigating with logic to achieve favorable outcomes. Their team of 14 attorneys offers a diverse menu of services, each delivered with creative strategic thinking and clear communication in a client-first approach.

Representing Professionals and Their Practices

In this service area, McMillan attorneys help clients buy and sell practices, negotiate partnership agreements, resolve disputes between partners and more.

“We often work with medical practice groups and professional service providers with managing, protecting and growing their businesses,” says Michael Faerber, a managing partner at McMillan Metro. “We work closely with our clients to help them achieve their objectives.”

Family Law

McMillan Metro handles prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, divorces, child custody and support, and more.

“We want our clients to achieve their goals, if those goals are reasonable, by settlement without a contested trial,” says Lary Burch, a McMillan Metro attorney. “It is almost always best for the family.” 

Employment Issues

“If any employment issue comes up, such as an overtime wage claim, we make sure owners and managers know their responsibilities,” Michael says. “People at different levels of a company need to know what they are supposed to do and who to report it to.”

McMillan Metro helps companies write employment handbooks, and they provide training.

Land Use and Real Estate Transactions

“We represent builders and developers in the region,” Michael says. “We assess what they have the right to do. If they need conditional use permits, we can help.”

McMillan Metro also helps establish HOAs for builders and can represent the HOA.