Robinson & Geraldo was founded in 1979 by Gerald S. Robinson and Manuel R. Geraldo, both of whom formerly served as attorneys in the Office of General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C. Gerald S. Robinson is a graduate of Howard University School of Law. Manuel R. Geraldo graduated from Rutgers Law School , and Georgetown University School of Law with a Masters Degree in International and Comparative Law.
Our attorneys are members of the local, State, and National Bar Associations, as well as the American Bar Association and the American, Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, Maryland Association of Justice and the Maryland State Bar Association. Additionally, our attorneys are involved in community boards, as they are members of the National Urban League Board of Trustees, Millersville University Board of Trustees, the John Heinz Senior Center in Harrisburg , and Maryland Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Pro Bono Services and Pro Bono Resource Center. Manuel Geraldo is also a Commissioner on Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission.
- Family Law and Divorce
- Child Custody and Child Support
- Wills and Probate
- Power of Attorneys
- Personal Injury
- Worker’s Compensation
- DUI and Misdemeanor Criminal Defense
- Real Estate Law
- Business Law
- Non-profit organizations and Church law
Our clients include individuals, small business, non-profit organizations including Churches, and larger corporations throughout Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia and Pennsylvania . The Firm’s philosophy is to bring value to our clients through a balance of personal service and technology. Robinson & Geraldo uses a variety of tools to ensure that each client’s matter is handled quickly and efficiently, and that the client remains well informed of the progress of the matter from start to finish. Individuals as well as corporations can be assured that their case will be given personal attention by our legal and support staff. Our staff speak Spanish and Portuguese.