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Griffin Selby Law PLLC - Waldorf, MD

3261 Old Washington RoadSuite 2020 Waldorf, MD 20602

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Updated: 07/12/2021

Waldorf Estate Planning (wills and trusts) Law Firm


At Griffin Selby Law PLLC in Waldorf, Maryland, we put you first. The attorneys at our law office use compassion while steering you through employment, family and estate planning issues. Cases we handle include matters such as the following:

  • Employment discrimination
  • Business compliance
  • Employment agreements
  • Divorce, adoptions and child support
  • Wills, trusts, advance care directives and probate

Before opening our law office, attorney Karen M. Selby worked in human resources...

About Griffin Selby Law PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning (wills and trusts)
  • Employment Law / Labor Law
  • Family Law
  • Adoption
  • Custody and Visitation


  • 25%




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


3261 Old Washington RoadSuite 2020 Waldorf, MD 20602

Office Hours

8:30am - 6:00pm


  • 800-650-8906

Other Offices

Griffin Selby Law PLLC 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. Suite 400 Washington , DC 20004 202-844-5753

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