Initially coming from a background in art and intellectual property law, Marietta B. Warren was attracted to the Annapolis law firm Hillman, Brown & Darrow due to its strong reputation and diversity of practice areas. HBD offered Ms. Warren the opportunity to explore many different areas of law.
She joined the practice as a Law Clerk in 2005 and was promoted to an Associate after graduating from the University of Baltimore Law School in 2006. She has quickly made a name for herself as a highly responsive and dedicated attorney who goes above and beyond for her clients.
Ms. Warren practices in many areas, focusing primarily on family law, contracts, general civil litigation, personal injury and appeals.
Ms. Warren is able to form an immediate connection with her clients, which has helped her excel in family law. Whether dealing with a divorce, child custody, adoption or pre-nuptial agreement, Ms. Warren is able to provide professional advice to her clients as well as compassionate guidance to help navigate through emotionally challenging periods in their lives. In addition to her general family law practice, Warren has extensive experience drafting prenuptial agreements and separation agreements, as well as litigating challenges to these types of domestic contracts.
With impressive research and writing skills, she has also garnered a reputation as a rising appellate attorney in Anne Arundel County. Ms. Warren has the ability to take a complex situation and highlight the issues which are most likely to win an appeal, forming the basis for a strong argument.
Always one to strive for excellence, Ms. Warren was at the top of her class in law school. She was distinguished as a Torts Law Scholar and served as a Research Assistant to Professor Charles B. Shafer. Her research contributed to his book Maryland Consumer Law: Sales, Leases and Financing.
Despite being one of the younger members of the bar, Ms. Warren has already received several Clients’ Choice awards from AVVO, a source for independent reviews on attorneys throughout the United States.
When not in the office, she divides her time between her five boys (two sons, Husband, French Bulldog and Scottish Fold cat), traveling with her family and pursuing her interests in the arts. Ms. Warren is a member of the “All that Art” Committee at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts and a member of the Young Patrons of Maryland Hall, a dynamic leadership group for young professionals who seek to further their understanding and exposure to the arts.