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Experience matters.

For over 25 years, attorney Darlene Wright Powell has been serving the needs of clients in Prince George's County and surrounding areas. Attorney Powell started her own practice with the goal of better serving her clients by tailoring her practice to fit the specific needs of each client.

To enable her to better serve her clients, she is committed to personally taking the time to meet with her clients to discuss their goals. Attorney Powell's first job as your lawyer is to listen. With an understanding of your situation, she can begin to work with you to fulfill your needs. Under special circumstances, Attorney Powell can accommodate your schedule with flexible appointments. Attorney Powell is licensed to practice law in both the State of Maryland and in the District of Columbia.

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