Mulinazzi Law Office has extensive experience with divorce law and has successfully helped 100s of clients in Fulton and Highland over its almost 20 years of existence. The attorneys are former educators and excellent presenters – which matters when faced with tough choices in an emotionally charged situation.

Mulinazzi Law Office provides experienced legal counsel, relevant options, and provides a detailed understanding of rights, risks, and costs associated with a divorce. They are experts at helping their clients navigate the challenging legal system involved in divorce proceedings. Mulinazzi Law Office also educates its clients on probable outcomes, enabling them to make more informed decisions during this important period of transition. The team at Mulinazzi Law Office prides themselves on providing affirmation, support, and informed insight for those navigating the complex journey of processing a divorce.


Making the decision to get a divorce is never easy. Even when both parties are in agreement, it can be an emotionally charged process After your relationship with your spouse deteriorates to the point of divorce, it is difficult to make decisions based on logic rather than emotion. Working with a lawyer who understands your situation and can help you make informed decisions is critical at this time. The divorce lawyers at Mulinazzi Law Office keeps your fees down by not increasing the drama and tension of the situation. This is why they’ve earned the respect of the Judges on the Bench in Howard County.


In Maryland, you can file for either a fault-based divorce or a no-fault divorce. A no-fault divorce does not require the spouse requesting the divorce to prove that the other spouse did something wrong. A fault-based divorce, on the other hand, requires the requesting spouse to provide evidence of cruelty of treatment, excessively vicious conduct, abuse, adultery, or desertion. If you want to ensure that all the facets of your Maryland divorce go smoothly, you need an attorney who knows the ins and outs of Maryland divorce law.


Mulinazzi Law Office strives to work quickly and efficiently without sacrificing the quality of its services. If you are anxious to finalize your divorce, they will do everything in their power to hurry the process along while still ensuring that things are done correctly. It is more critical that your rights are defended throughout the divorce process rather than how long the divorce takes. Several elements can determine how long your case will take. For example, where you file for divorce (what County), the decisions or agreements made along the way, and the services that are needed for your case all play a role in how long it takes to get divorced. But to be sure, which Fulton or Howard County attorney you hire can, in the end, not only determine how well you do but how quickly you get in and out of the court process. Experience matters.

If you and your spouse can agree upon the terms of your divorce, it will be cheaper, faster, and less stressful for both of you in the long run.

The Mulinazzi Law Office does everything possible to get you the best result for your family without having to go to court. But if going to court is unavoidable, then you can rest assured that the entire staff at Mulinazzi Law office will help you be prepared. Our reputation for being fair but being excellent litigators precedes us, and this is an advantage in negotiations. In fact, we enjoy going to court when the other side has made that necessary.

If you’re looking for an attorney who will help facilitate positive and effective agreements that work for everyone, contact our firm online or call 410-290-6270 to schedule your appointment.


While separation and divorce are almost always stressful; couples can opt to go through the collaborative process instead. This method is known to reduce arguments and tension. This process prohibits court cases and demands full transparency. The Mulinazzi Law Office strives to bring awareness to collaborative law as a means of conflict resolution that doesn’t result in the severe financial and emotional repercussions associated with litigation. We work with clients throughout Fulton, Highland, Olney, North Laurel, Glenwood, Columbia, Clarksville, Ellicott City, Howard County, and Central Maryland.

Working For Everyone’s Best Interest

Collaborative divorce is becoming an increasingly popular solution for separating couples. Working with a team of specialists such as mental health coaches, financial advisors, and attorneys, couples can find common ground while considering their individual interests. The team will help ensure that the separation agreement allows both parties to come away satisfied with the outcome, which drastically reduces the chance of further litigation. Instead of going through an emotionally-charged court battle, collaborative divorce prioritizes problem-solving through communication and mediation.

Attorney Thomas Mulinazzi is a Certified Collaborative Law Professional, having completed the Collaborative and Advanced Team Collaborative Training. He has successfully helped dozens of clients create lasting and fair agreements using the Collaborative Process.



Fulton is a census-designated place located in southern Howard County, Maryland. Prior to 1805, Fulton was known as Queen Caroline Parish, then later as Hammond Directions. As of the 2020 census, it had a population of 4,050.

Fulton is a town with a rich history. Initially settled in the 18th century by German immigrants, it was referred to as “Water’s Store” for Richard Water’s blacksmith operation and post office, which opened in December 1874. The name was then changed to Fulton after the popular Baltimore Sun editor Charles C. Fulton. In the early 1900s, there were many industries, such as wheat mills and sawmills, that made Fulton an important economic center of Western Howard County until after World War II, when these jobs disappeared. With time, however, this town has become more diverse, and residents are still proud to be called “Fultons.”

Residents enjoy the low crime rates as well as major recreational facilities, including Devlin Field (a baseball stadium), Southside Park (the only public golf course in Howard County), and Edgerton Park.

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10015 Old Columbia Rd,
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Columbia, MD 21046

(410) 290-6271