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Client compensated for work performed.
Thomas Valkenet recovered salary owed a client by his employer in a Maryland Circuit Court.
Client investment recovered.
Ian Valkenet recovered a client's District of Colulmbia real estate investment in federal court.
Client property saved from tax sale foreclosure.
After losing an investment property to tax sale, ownership was returned to our client.
District of Columbia forged deed case settled.
Our client retained ownership of a house against claims of forged deeds and theft of sale proceeds in the chain of title. The bad guys impersonated dead folks!
Wrongful Death case settled in Baltimore County.
Our client received policy limit compensation for the accidental death of a family member struck by a car while walking to the store to buy cigarettes.
The United States Court of Appeals backs our client.
The Fourth Circuit upheld a trial court decision granting our client the right to collect proceeds from the sale of a business despite large I.R.S. tax liens. The case lasted two years, and involved two levels of appeal. Ian Valkenet argued the case in Richmond.

Our clients know.

"Mr. [Thomas] Valkenet helped us very much with an unusual situation that had a positive outcome. He was very responsive, fair with his prices, down to earth and we felt treated with respect. Would definitely use him again."

-- Avvo client review.

Thomas Valkenet was "very helpful with answering my questions of how to defend against a contractor's claim. He found several areas of weakness in the plaintiff's case and was extremely knowledgeable and responsive in assisting me...highly recommend."

-- Avvo client review.

"Ian is an excellent criminal lawyer. He comes from a bloodline of amazing attorneys as well. He recently co counseled a large case for me and helped get a sentence below the guidelines. I'm going to keep an eye on his criminal law future because he will go far."

-- Avvo client review.