The Law Office of Donald J. Arnold has successfully represented clients at all levels of the Maryland State Court
system, including the Court of Appeals, the Court of Special Appeals, various Circuit Courts,
various District Courts, various Orphan's Courts, and various administrative courts including
the Office of Administrative Hearings, Workers' Compensation Commission and Maryland Tax Court. The primary
locales served by our office are Harford County, Cecil County, Baltimore County and Baltimore
City, although we can represent a person having a case in any county of Maryland.
Our office is led by Donald J. Arnold. Practicing law in Bel Air since 1986, Mr. Arnold is authorized to practice in all state
and federal trial and appeals courts covering Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of
Maryland Law School, with honors, 1986, was admitted to the Maryland Bar and became authorized
to practice law in all Maryland State courts, 1986, the U.S. District Court for the District
of Maryland (Federal) 1987, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland 1987, U.S.
Court of Appeals (Fourth Circuit) 1991, and the U.S. Supreme Court 1993. He is
a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and Harford County Bar Association. In 2009 Mr.
Arnold added Jeffrey C. Hann to his legal team as associate attorney. In 2013 Mr. Arnold added Paul J. Gonzalez to his legal team as associate attorney.
The Law Office of Donald J. Arnold provides free initial consultation and reasonable fees. Payment options include cash,
check, Visa and Mastercard. In addition to appointments during regular business hours during the regular business week, evening and
Saturday appointments are available.
The Law Office of Donald J. Arnold is located at
403 Fulford Avenue, Bel Air, Maryland
21014. [Directions page, click here]   Ample off street parking is available, as well
as handicap access.
For more information or an appointment call (410) 838-2542. Toll Free (For those outside Harford County, but still inside Maryland) is 888-808-0449.
Mr. Arnold prefers initial potential client contact to be by telephone or appointment in
person, with use of e-mail to be reserved for existing clients after an appropriate
attorney-client relationship has been formally established.