Snehal practices all aspects of family law in Maryland. She has trial experience in numerous Maryland jurisdictions. She also argued a case in the Court of Special Appeals in 2019, which resulted in a published opinion by the intermediate appellate court. Snehal expanded her litigation practice to include Collaborative Law. She is also eligible to serve as a Best Interest Attorney, Child Privilege Attorney, and Child Advocate Attorney in Maryland.
In summer 2019, Snehal was selected for a fellowship with the inaugural Professional Skills Academy of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland. In her role as a fellow, she provided direct representation to low-income litigants in issues ranging from landlord-tenant issues and consumer-right issues and provided assistance to low-income residents navigate tax sale issues.
Snehal received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2015. After law school, Snehal gained invaluable experience when she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Ronald A. Silkworth (Ret.) at the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. She worked as an associate at two prominent family law firms in the Baltimore area prior to launching her own practice in 2021.
Prior to working as an attorney, Snehal worked in Marketing for six years. She currently serves on the board of Christalis, Inc., a non-profit organization that develops and maintains programs to help underserved children and families in various parts of the world. Snehal enjoys spending her free time with her husband and daughter.
She is a member of numerous bar associations including the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association, the Anne Arundel County Bar Association, the Maryland Association of Justice, South Asian Bar Association DC chapter, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Asian Pacific American Bar Association MD chapter, and the Mindfulness in Law Society.