Frederick Kobb has been handling family law cases for over 25 years, and built the Family Law practice at Wright, Constable & Skeen.
Mr. Kobb prides himself in providing quality service to clients through evaluating circumstances and identifying the best approach for creating viable solutions. He enjoys the area of practice in that the work provides the ability to really help those in times of need, and also build personal and professional relationships with a variety of people.
He is described as an assertive attorney who can also work well collaboratively with other attorneys. In all cases, Mr. Kobb is accessible to his clients and keeps his clients well informed throughout the representation. He handles all types of family law matters, including separation and divorce, custody, access, child support, spousal abuse, adoption, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and adult guardianships.
In addition to his family law practice, Mr. Kobb has considerable experience defending railroads in FELA litigation. He also handles personal injury matters, both bringing claims on behalf of the injured party and defending claims against parties alleged of negligence. Mr. Kobb is available to meet with clients in the firm’s Baltimore City oor Towson office, both of which have free parking and are conveniently located in close proximity to the court houses.
Mr. Kobb frequently speaks about his areas of practice at various professional groups such as the National Business Institute.
Selected Professional Affiliations
Bar Association of Baltimore City; Past Chair Family Law Section
Baltimore County Bar Association, Member Family Law Section
Maryland State Bar Association, Member Family and Juvenile Law Section
American Bar Association, Member Family Law Section
National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel, Member
The Harmonie Group, Member
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, Board Member and Strategic Planning Committee Member and Volunteer (Pro Bono work)
Baltimore City Circuit Court Settlement Program Mediator
Beth El Congregation, Board Member
Maryland Women´s Law Center, Member and Volunteer
Family Law Counts™, Maryland Family Law Information for Clients & Professionals
Co-Author: “Sorting Out The Financial Interests of Unmarried Couples,” WC&S Viewpoints (Summer/Fall 2011).
Author, “Gambling For Alimony Dollars”, 2009
Author, “Grandparents Visitation Revisited”, 2008
Author, “A Primer on Framing a Divorce Case”, American Bar Association, Litigation, 2006
Author, “What Does It Take For A Non-Parent to Win Custody?”, 2006
Author, “Maintaining Health Care Coverage After Divorce”, 2001
Author, “Wave Goodbye To Grandparent Visitation”, 2000
Author, “When Is It Appropriate To Modify Child Support?”, 1997
Author, “Joint Tax Return And The Innocent Spouse”, 1996
Author, “Divorce And Marital Assets”, 1996
Author, “Business Valuation In Divorce: Nature Of Goodwill”, 1995
Guest Lecturer, University of Baltimore School of Law (Family Law)
Presenter, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Inc. (“MICPEL”)
Guest Lecturer, Social Work and the Law, University of Maryland School of Social Work
Presenter, National Business Institute (“Advanced Issues in Custody and Support”)
Judicial Institute of Maryland – The Legal Rights of Unmarried Couples: What Law Applies