My offices are in the Bethesda Crossing office complex (formerly the Air Rights Center) in downtown Bethesda, right on the Metro Red Line.
We are on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Waverly Street (Waverly is called Elm Street on the west side of Wisconsin) in the same building as Fidelity and Ruth Chris’s Steak House. The offices are on the 8th floor of the West Tower (the one facing Wisconsin Avenue) within the Law Firm of Bregman, Berbert, Schwartz and Gilday. View printable directions (including parking and Metro information).
Law Office of Catherine R. Mack
7315 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 800 West Bethesda,
Take Exit 34 (Route 355/Rockville Pike) South towards Bethesda. Note: Rockville Pike becomes Wisconsin Avenue once you are in Bethesda. The Bethesda Crossing building is just south of East West Highway – you’ll see the Hyatt Bethesda on your right and the Chevy Chase Building on your left at the East West Highway intersection. 7315 Wisconsin is located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Waverly Street.
DO NOT PARK IN THE BUILDING GARAGE. The closest public lot is the one behind the Women’s Cooperative Market (located at Willow Avenue and 47th Street), just south of my building on Wisconsin Avenue. Bring quarters or use the GO PARK NOW App on your smart phone. You should expect the meeting to last no more than two hours and probably less. Click here for more information on nearby public parking and rates.
I am an estate planning and estate litigation attorney who has been practicing law for many years. Based in Bethesda, Maryland, I work with clients in Montgomery County and throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. My practice focus is 1) estate planning (wills, trusts and ancillary documents), 2) probate (the publication and effectuation of a Will through the local court) and 3… Read More
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