Casey Weinberg Florance is a family law principal with Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll PC, a full service, Rockville-based law firm. Her practice encompasses all aspects of family law, including negotiating and drafting separation agreements, litigating contested divorce and custody cases, handling complex custody and access disputes, as well as navigating sophisticated property distribution and business valuation issues. Casey also regularly handles alimony and child support matters, post-judgment modification and enforcement cases, domestic violence matters, adoptions, pre- and post-nuptial agreements and appellate advocacy.
Casey believes that lawyers have an obligation to serve their community beyond the practice of law. In addition to serving on the MCFJC Foundation Board, she is an active member of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, and is routinely appointed to leadership positions in that organization. Most recently, she has served as co-chair of the Family Law Section and co-chair of the Leadership Development Committee. She has been recognized for her service, receiving several awards from the Bar Association. In 2016, she was appointed to the Maryland State Bar Association’s esteemed Family and Juvenile Law Section Council. That same year, Casey was recognized in the area of family law by The Best Lawyers in America. Since 2012, she has been named a Rising Star by Maryland Super Lawyers magazine.
Casey also organizes many of Stein Sperling’s charitable pursuits, including regular volunteer efforts at Manna Food Bank and firm-wide holiday Toys for Tots collections. She also serves the community by presenting educational programs regarding separation, divorce and custody around Montgomery County.
Casey grew up locally, and is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University, and Boston University School of Law. In her spare time, she enjoys sports, cooking and travelling with her husband.