Sebastian Krop, Esquire

Sebastian Krop specializes primarily in family law, probate and immigration matters.

Mr. Krop has significant experience in PERM labor certifications and employment-based adjustments as well as nonimmigrant petitions for specialized knowledge employees, treaty investors, individuals of extraordinary ability, skilled workers and other professional employees with or without advanced degrees. He advises clients with regard to the intricacies of nonimmigrant visa petitions, and the preparation of immigrant based petitions and naturalization cases. Mr. Krop has broad experience drafting appeals, waivers, court motions and briefs, and represents clients at USCIS interviews and in immigration court proceedings.

Mr. Krop represents clients in all aspects of family law including custody and visitation, divorce, division of marital property, spousal and child support and domestic violence matters. He is trained in collaborative law, mediation and arbitration. Mr. Krop works together with his clients to resolve their family law matters through negotiation, mediation, collaborative law and, when necessary, litigation.

David A. Clarke School of Law, Washington, District of Columbia, J.D. 2006  
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, B.A. Philosophy 2000

Bar and Court Admissions: 
District of Columbia Court of Appeals
Maryland Court of Appeals

Professional, Business and Civic Affiliations:
American Bar Association, Member
Montgomery County Bar Association, Family Law Section, Member

Pro Bono Activities: 
District of Columbia Pro Bono Guardian Ad Litem Program
District of Columbia Superior Court, Self-Help Clinic
Montgomery Country Circuit Court, Family Law Self-Help Clinic