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(410) 803-1839

Sue Plefka

Education

  • Bishop McDevitt High School, Wyncote, PA

About Sue

  • Sue has been with Rodier Family Law for nine years and is the main point of contact for Sam Rodier. Outside of work Sue enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and spending time with family and her dogs.  Please do not hesitate to call Sue at the office with any questions or concerns.

What To Expect When First Meeting With A Family Law Attorney

March 23, 2018

The beginning stages of a divorce can be a difficult time for those involved, however, knowing you have an experienced and competent attorney who will guide you through the divorce process can help to ease some of the difficulty. Here, the attorneys at Rodier Family Law help prepare you for your initial meeting, typically your…

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How to Proceed if Your Protective Order is Denied

March 18, 2018

As experienced legal counsel, we understand that a Protective Order is often a delicate and complex subject and recognize the importance of being prepared for every possible outcome. In the case that your request for a protective order is denied, the advisors at Rodier Family Law are here to provide several options and best practices…

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Will a Private Investigator Help My Divorce Case?

February 15, 2018

In Maryland, a private investigator is a registered, licensed individual who can be hired by a private citizen or law firm to undertake investigatory law services. Private investigators are often associated with family law cases and can help to ascertain certain facts for a divorce, alimony or child custody proceeding. Here, the family law attorneys…

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Drafting an Advance Medical Directive

February 9, 2018

An advance medical directive ensures your healthcare wishes and needs are met in instances where you are unable to communicate them. As a general rule of thumb, a comprehensive estate plan should always contain an advance medical directive—here, the estate planning attorneys at Rodier Family Law explain what an advance medical directive should contain and…

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New Year, New Name: Welcome to Rodier Family Law

February 5, 2018

We are excited to announce a few major changes that have taken place at our family law and estate planning firm, starting with the most obvious: we are now Rodier Family Law, formerly Protokowicz & Rodier, P.A. While honoring the legacy of Stanley E. Protokowicz’s time as head of the firm by providing the same…

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Rodier Family Law is Excited to Welcome Krystle Acevedo Howard to the Firm

February 5, 2018

Rodier Family Law is pleased to announce that Attorney Krystle Acevedo Howard will be joining our family law and estate planning firm on February 5, 2018. We know that she will play a valuable and vital role within the firm, upholding our values and commitment to our client’s needs both in and out of the…

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Visitation and Custody Rights of Third Parties

January 20, 2018

Child custody and visitation proceedings are controlled by strict protocols in the state of Maryland. A judge can bestow child custody or visitation rights on a third party only if certain circumstances exist. Here, the family law attorneys at Rodier Family Law provide an overview of visitation and custody rights of third parties. Defining Third…

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Why Writing a Will Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution

January 16, 2018

While weight-loss resolutions might continue to be the most popular, any estate planning attorney could tell you that resolving to write a will should be at the forefront of anyone’s list. Here, the estate planning attorneys at Rodier Family Law explain why crafting a will is so vital. A Will is Legally Binding and Shortens…

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Medical Insurance Coverage Options for Minor Children After Divorce

December 23, 2017

Maryland law requires parents to provide adequate financial support for their biological or adopted children, and this includes covering healthcare and medical expenses. The division of insurance and out-of-pocket medical care costs between parents is determined by the court based, on the circumstances of the case. Here, the family law attorneys at Rodier Family Law…

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If you would like to schedule your initial consultation, please contact our office at (410) 803-1839, between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will make it our priority to get you into the office to meet with an attorney of your choice in order to discuss your case and our potential representation of you as soon as possible. Please note that we charge a reduced fee for our consultation services.

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