Theresa M. Regner, an associate at DuBoff & Associates, Chartered since 2003, embodies the spirit of the caring, family-oriented law firm we strive to be. Since she began her legal career, she has focused her talents and efforts on providing compassionate legal aid to clients in the most difficult situations, while donating her spare time to a number of local charities.
Theresa started her legal career working with the Family Law Clinic at the University Of Baltimore School Of Law. In connection with the House of Ruth, she served as a student attorney representing disadvantaged women seeking protective orders against abusive partners. Within the clinic, Theresa also worked on cases to assist parents and grandparents with divorce, custody, visitation, and child support issues.
Theresa joined DuBoff & Associates, Chartered in 2003 and works on a variety of civil and domestic relations cases.
Theresa volunteers her time with the International Order of Job’s Daughters, a leadership organization for girls and young women between the ages of 10 and 20. She works with these young ladies to enable them to go on to higher education, helping provide them with the skills necessary to enter the work force with self-confidence and poise.
As an associate at DuBoff & Associates, Chartered, Theresa M. Regner helps every client she represents as aggressively and thoroughly as if his or her legal problems were her own. That is the attitude and philosophy we strive to maintain at DuBoff & Associates, Chartered as we represent clients in Washington, D.C., and Maryland. Contact us online or at 301.495.3131 to arrange a consultation regarding your case.
Home and hospital visits are available to our seriously injured clients who are unable to make it to our office and we offer evening and weekend appointments when necessary. We are pleased to offer free initial consultations in personal injury cases and offer contingency fee arrangements when appropriate.
Areas of practice
- Civil litigation
- Family law
- Maryland, 2003
- U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, 2008
- J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law, 2003
- Women’s Bar Association student chapter representative
- B.S., Pre-Law, Moorhead State University, 2000
- Dean’s Advisory Board
- A.A.S., Paralegal Studies, Prince George’s Community College, 1998