Home 2018-02-20T19:31:21+00:00

DC and MD Matrimonial Lawyer Focusing on Custody, Divorce and Prenups

For over 19 years, Regina A. DeMeo has been helping families in MD and DC with custody and divorce issues either through mediation, litigation or advocacy. She is an alumna of Georgetown University and GW University Law School, who is nationally recognized as a top matrimonial attorney. She is frequently quoted in the media for her ideas to promote healthier relationships and featured in the Washington Post, ABA Journal and Bethesda Magazine for her care and commitment to her clients. As a legal commentator, she has appeared on Washington Post Express Facebook Live, ABC tv, Good Morning America, MMCTV, YouTube and Sirius XM, and has been quoted in various magazines, books and journals across the country.

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2018-09-19T22:14:08+00:00

How Do You Know If You’ve Met “The One”? 7 Signs Someone’s Not Quite Right Long-Term by Elana Rubin on Elite Daily

This idea of "the one" has been ingrained in our minds ever since we were kids. We'd watch romantic comedies, Disney fairytales, and read young adult novels in which happily ever after told us that there was one person we were "meant to be" with. But in reality, there are plenty of people who could be "the one" for you, and will mesh well with you at different parts of your life. In any relationship, you could be wondering if you've met the one: Are they the person of your dreams? Is your connection completely unparalleled to other relationships you've had in your life?

2016-10-28T16:07:44+00:00

Making it Last on MMCTV: Regina DeMeo’s interview with P. Kenny of Merrill Lynch re financial planning

Here we talk about common mistakes that young families make by often postponing savings and setting up a financial plan. Money talks are hard, but necessary. Couples don't often have the same views on money and investment strategies, but rather than avoid these discussions, they need to find someone that can help facilitate an honest conversation that will help them find common ground so they can address key financial issues.