Carroll County Divorce Lawyer

Emotions can run high during a divorce, and often it can be unclear how to even begin the process. Additionally, you may have questions regarding obtaining temporary child support, or be dealing with domestic violence that add an extra layer of complication to the proceedings. No matter what circumstances you are facing, an experienced family law attorney can help.

Keith D. Saylor, Attorney at Law, located in Westminster, Maryland, represents clients for a wide range of divorce and family law matters. With more than 30 years of experience in family law, he is prepared to provide knowledgeable advice and counsel for a wide range of matters, including:

Separation Agreements
Child Custody
Child Support
Property Distribution
Monetary Awards
Prenuptial Agreements
Domestic Violence
Peace Orders
Step-Parent Adoptions

Comprehensive Service From an Experienced Maryland Property Division Attorney
Whether you have questions or concerns regarding marital property or are dealing with a difficult child custody matter, Carroll County divorce attorney Keith Saylor can fully explain your rights and options. He will provide your case with the thorough, personal and professional attention it deserves. As an accomplished trial lawyer, Mr. Saylor will be a strong advocate for you throughout your case, whether that entails negotiation, courtroom litigation or a pendente lite hearing to address temporary issues.

Carroll County Criminal Defense Attorney

Selecting a criminal defense attorney to represent you or a loved one in a criminal case can be one of the most important decisions you will have to make. By utilizing his 30 years of experience and extreme attention to detail, Keith D. Saylor, Attorney at Law will take an aggressive approach to resolving your criminal matters. His goal is to obtain for you the results you need to move on with your life.

Attorney Keith D. Saylor practices criminal law in District and Circuit courts. He also provides representation at administrative hearings. Even if you don’t anticipate going to trial, the presence of an experienced attorney is always beneficial. Attorney Keith D. Saylor will present your options in a clear, easy to understand manner that will keep you informed throughout the entire process.

Attorney Keith D. Saylor is licensed to practice law throughout the State of Maryland. He accepts criminal law cases including, but not limited to:

Serious traffic offenses
Damage to property
MVA hearings

Carroll County DUI Lawyer

If you have been arrested for a DUI, it is important to hire an experienced lawyer immediately to begin protecting your rights and minimizing consequences.

Keith D. Saylor, Attorney at Law, based in Westminster, Maryland, provides strong representation for clients facing DUIs and other criminal felonies and misdemeanors. As an attorney with more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Saylor has the skill and knowledge to fight against even the most severe DUI charges. He is prepared to represent you in the administrative hearing for your driver’s license and in criminal court proceedings. He is an accomplished trial attorney who will vigorously advocate for the best possible outcome at every step.

Experienced Maryland Criminal DUI Attorney Who Will Fight for You
In Maryland, drivers with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher can be charged with a DUI. If convicted, penalties can include possible jail time, heavy fines and mandatory alcohol education and/or treatment programs. An administrative hearing will also likely ensue and may result in the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license and, perhaps, the requirement that you have an Ignition Interlock device installed in your vehicle. People with multiple DUI convictions may face harsher penalties.

As an experienced DUI attorney in Carroll County, Maryland, and other counties in Maryland, Keith D. Saylor is prepared to provide thorough and comprehensive representation throughout your case. Depending on your situation, Mr. Saylor is prepared to take the following actions on your behalf:

Conduct the necessary investigation and discovery to build a strong criminal defense
File any motions to suppress evidence
Negotiate with the state’s prosecuting attorney
Prepare your case for trial
Advocate for you at trial and at the Administrative Hearing
If convicted, file any necessary motions for a new trial and to modify sentence