Sheldon H. Levitt


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Practice Areas: Bankruptcy; Business/Corporate Law; Condominium Law; Contract Law; Criminal Law, Traffic Law, and DUI/DWI; Debt Collection; Family Law; Homeowners Association Law; Litigation; Personal Injury; Real Estate Law; Social Security Disability; Wills, Estates and Probate; Workers’ Compensation Law
Admitted: 1975, Maryland
Law School: University of Baltimore School of Law
Contact: Office: 410-581-0600
Fax: 410-581-0455
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Sheldon H. Levitt, presently of counsel to the firm, retired from the active practice of law on December 31, 2014.  He has engaged in the general practice of law for more than 35 years. He provides legal services to a wide variety of clients, including those from over 30 different countries. His vast experience in the general practice of law has enabled him to appear in many of the district and circuit courts throughout the state.

For the individual client, Sheldon has extensive experience in personal injury law, workers’ compensation claims, social security disability, contract law, traffic offenses, including driving under the influence or impaired, criminal law, debt collection, wills and estates, and bankruptcy. Sheldon also represents many small business clients concerning general civil litigation, real estate matters, landlord/tenant matters, community association issues, debt collection, property management collection, contract preparation and disputes, and small business formation.

For parties who desire to try alternate dispute resolution, Sheldon is a trained mediator and is available for arbitration and mediation proceedings. He also regularly accepts pro bono referrals from the Maryland Volunteer Legal Services.

In addition to his legal experience, Sheldon is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Maryland.

Sheldon graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1971 and the University of Baltimore Law School in 1974. He was admitted to practice law in all of the Courts of Maryland in 1975. Sheldon is also admitted to practice before the United States Federal Court for the District of Maryland, the United States Bankruptcy Court, and the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association and the Maryland Association for Justice.