Welcome Vince Wills!

Meiselman Helfant & Wills, LLC (formerly Meiselman & Helfant, LLC) is pleased to announce that Vincent M. Wills, Esquire has joined the firm as a partner.

The three partners at Meiselman Helfant & Wills together provide almost 85 years of experience representing families. The firm will continue to provide representation to clients in all aspects of family law including custody, child support, divorce, spousal support, distribution of marital property, transfers of retirement interests, and appellate litigation. The firm also provides mediation services to parties and attorneys in all family law matters.

Mr. Wills joins Meiselman Helfant & Wills after 22 years with Dragga, Hannon & Wills, LLP. Beginning in 1991, Mr. Wills practiced in Baltimore, Maryland for 5 years focusing in the areas of general civil litigation and family law. Since 1996, his practice has been concentrated in family law and particularly on complex litigation involving high net worth clients and issues including alimony, valuation of privately held businesses, and appellate matters.

Vince is a member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and former chair of the Family and Juvenile Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association. In 2017, he was named as the Family Law Practitioner of the Year by the Family Law Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association. He is a frequent lecturer for the State Bar Association and Montgomery County Bar Association. In February of 2018, he developed and presented a program about determining child support in high income cases to Judges and Magistrates at the Judicial College of Maryland. He has also co-authored numerous articles and training materials on family law. Before becoming a lawyer, Vince served on active duty in the United States Air Force, achieving the rank of Captain. He has been married for 36 years and has two adult children.

Neal J. Meiselman, Esquire is a well known and respected family law lawyer and mediator who has been practicing law in Maryland since 1978. His practice has also been focused on all aspects of family law, including mediation, complex litigation, and appellate matters. Nogah B. Helfant, Esquire has concentrated her practice in the area of family law in Maryland since 2000. Ms. Helfant has extensive litigation, mediation, and negotiation experience in contested divorce cases, protective orders, high conflict custody cases, modification, and post-divorce enforcement proceedings.