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Joseph A. Condo, Caroline Solano and Elizabeth C. Szabo | OFFIT KURMAN

The attorneys of The Condo Law Group – Joseph A. Condo, Caroline Solano and Elizabeth C. Szabo — are joining regional law firm Offit Kurman, which has Maryland offices in Baltimore, Columbia, Frederick and Bethesda and offices in five other states. All three attorneys will practice out of Offit Kueman’s Tysons Corner, Virginia office.

Condo, Joseph OFFIT KURMAN

Joseph A. Condo

Condo focuses his practice in the areas of family law. Recognized as one of the most accomplished and proficient family-law attorneys in Virginia, Joe Condo has been in practice for 40 years. He has been included in all of Washingtonian Magazine’s lists of the Washington area’s best divorce lawyers since 1981, described in the magazine’s February 2009 issue as a “Virginia legend” who “knows how it’s done.” He was chosen by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America beginning with its first edition in 1983, and has been listed in each edition since.

Solano, Caroline OFFIT KURMAN

Caroline A. Solano

Solano focuses her practice in the areas of family law. She attended Clemson University where she received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in French and international trade. She obtained her law degree from Creighton University School of Law, before returning home to northern Virginia. Caroline is licensed to practice in Virginia and the District of Columbia. In 2015 Solano was designated a Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine. She is an active member of the Fairfax Bar Association and serves as co-chair of the FBA Membership Committee and co-chair of the FBA Mentorship Program.

Szabo, Elizabeth OFFIT KURMAN

Elizabeth Szabo

Szabo focuses her practice on family law. Before transitioning to family law, Szabo was a civil and commercial litigation attorney in northern Virginia. She has also been a repeated member of the teaching staff of The George Washington Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Szabo is admitted to practice in Virginia and is a member of the Family Law section of the Virginia State Bar.