Shannon L. Kowitz, Esq. Shannon Kowitz

Location: Columbia, Maryland
Phone: 410-290-6270
Fax: (410) 290-6271
E-mail: E-mail Me

Shannon Kowitz is an Associate with the Mulinazzi Law Office where she practices in the area of family law. Mrs. Kowitz attended the University of Baltimore, School of Law and earned her Juris Doctor with concentrations in Family Law and Litigation & Advocacy.  While a student at the University of Baltimore, School of Law, Mrs. Kowitz was elected to three terms of the Student Bar Association and worked as a Rule 16 Attorney at the Family Law Clinic where she represented clients of low income in their divorces, custody matters and protective orders.  After graduating from the University of Baltimore, School of Law, Mrs. Kowitz joined the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County as an attorney litigating and negotiating settlements on behalf of victims of domestic violence.  Prior to joining the Mulinazzi Law Office, Mrs. Kowitz worked as an Associate with The Law Office of Stacy LeBow Siegel representing persons in all facets of their divorce cases.  Mrs. Kowitz is a zealous advocate focused on educating clients about the divorce process and seeking favorable outcomes for them.  Mrs. Kowitz is a member of the Howard County Bar Association and Howard County Women’s Bar Association.  In her spare time, Mrs. Kowitz enjoys volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House where she cooks meals and plans activities for patients and their families.

Testimonial

I want to specially acknowledge the exceptional work done by Shannon on behalf of my family for Ebun’s custody.
This was by far the best and easiest experience I have ever had dealing with an attorney since moving to the United States 18yrs ago.
Her professionalism and responsiveness was simply outstanding.
Even Ebun’s biological Dad in Nigeria who is also a lawyer commended her exceptional work.
Thank you and we will be sure to refer clients to you in the future.
Well done Shannon!
Well done Mulinazzi law firm!
I am so glad we met you at the library those few years ago!

Regards,

Kunle