Attorneys

Matthew E. Hurff

Partner

Matthew E. Hurff, an associate with the firm since 2007, and a partner since 2015, received his undergraduate degree from McDaniel College in 2003, and his law degree from the University of Baltimore in 2006. While at the University of Baltimore, Mr. Hurff participated in the Robert F. Wagner Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition.

Mr. Hurff’s practice areas include family law matters such as divorce, custody, child support, alimony, guardianship, property disposition, and adoption, along with general civil litigation, estate planning and appellate issues.

Mr. Hurff is a former law clerk for the Honorable William O. Carr and a member of the Maryland State and Harford County Bar Associations.

Mr. Hurff volunteers as co-chairman of the board of the Harford Family House and is a member of the Harford County Bar Association Continuing Education Committee.

Mr. Hurff’s areas of practice include:

  • Divorce
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Alimony
  • Marital Property
  • Appeals
  • Adoption
  • Protective Orders
  • Peace Orders
  • Domestic Violence
  • Same-Sex Divorce
  • Wills
  • Power of Attorney
  • Best Interest Attorney

Representative Appellate Opinions:

St. Cyr v. St. Cyr, Court of Special Appeals of Maryland (2016)

 

Awards:  2016 Cypert O. Whitfill “One Hundred Years” Award recipient.

Kimberly Fleming was honored on May 1, 2017 by the Harford County Bar Association with the inaugural Law Day Award, Read More >>

Resident running guru, Jeffrey Burger completed the 2017 London Marathon in 2 hours and 55 minutes.  Love, Fleming, Bearsch & Read More >>

Attorney Elissa Halloran attended the 2017 Harford County Bar Association Gala at the Maryland Golf and Country Club.  This was the Read More >>

In April, several members of our firm attended the 10th Annual Harford County Ann F. Matukaitis Family Law Symposium, sponsored Read More >>

On April 23, 2017, Love, Fleming, Bearsch & Hurff, LLC participated and raised money to support the Bel Air “March Read More >>