Mehlman, Greenblatt & Hare, LLC was commenced in January, 1995. The firm’s areas of practice include representing individual and business debtors and creditors in bankruptcy proceedings under Chapters 7 and 11, representing individual and business debtors in restructuring debt though out-of-court workouts, and representing business debtors in state court insolvency proceedings.
The firm consists of two attorneys, Gary R. Greenblatt and Constance M. Hare, their dog, The Dutchess, and their assistant Maureen Price. Gary and Connie have been married since 2004.
Gary R. Greenblatt has been practicing in these areas since 1978, and was voted “Baltimore’s Best Bankruptcy Attorney” by Baltimore Magazine in 1995. In December, 1999, Gary made the Top 10 List of Baltimore’s “Favorite Business Lawyers” by The Daily Record, the daily journal of the Baltimore legal and business community.
Gary is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and American Bar Association. He is a member and former director of the Bankruptcy Bar Association of Maryland, and has acted as the Baltimore Chairperson.
Constance M. Hare has been practicing since 1995. Prior to becoming an attorney, she worked as a legal secretary and paralegal for a bankruptcy law firm. Connie is also a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, American Bar Association and the Bankruptcy Bar Association of Maryland. She is active in providing pro bono services through the Pro Bono Action Center, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Services and Mid-Shore Pro Bono, Inc. In fact, through Connie’s efforts in working with pro bono clients, Mehlman, Greenblatt & Hare, LLC was awarded the Law Firm of the Year in both 1998 and 2010 by the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Services.
The Dutchess joined the firm in 2004 after a brief stint at the Maryland SPCA. She is primarily responsible for meeting and greeting clients when they arrive. Her therapeutic services are often sought by the clients of the firm, even after their cases have concluded.
Maureen Price joined the firm in 2012. She assists Gary and Connie with all administrative and client related matters. When The Dutchess is unavailable, she takes over the meeting and greeting duties as well.
The clients of this firm come from a variety of sources, including referrals from small law firms and solo practitioners who do not regularly practice in debtor/creditor matters, major Baltimore law firms, accounting firms, and former clients. Representative clients include individuals, small to medium sized businesses and banks.
If you should need representation in any of these areas, both Gary and Connie are willing to meet with you to discuss your specific legal concerns and provide you with the legal options available to you.