Alaina L. Storie


Ms. Storie joined Turnbull, Nicholson & Sanders, P.A. in 2014 as an Associate, and was elevated to Partner in January 2019. She earned her law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law, and her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Ms. Storie is admitted to the Maryland Bar and the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. 

Ms. Storie is an experienced litigator, focusing her practice in the area of family law, which includes matters of divorce, child custody disputes, child support, spousal support, property and asset division, and modifications. Ms. Storie understands the emotional and financial toll family law matters can have on clients, and whenever possible, works to reach a negotiated settlement without court intervention. When settlement is not possible, she is prepared to diligently litigate and advocate for her clients in court. Every case and set of circumstances is unique, and Ms. Storie provides personal attention and service to suit each client.  

Ms. Storie is very active in the Baltimore County Bar Association, serving on the Family Law Committee (Chair 2019-2020; Vice-Chair 2018-2019), Law Day Committee (Chair 2018-2019; Vice-Chair 2017-2018), Young Lawyers Committee (Chair 2016-2017; Vice Chair 2015-2016), and Membership and Admissions Committee (Chair 2015-2016; Vice-Chair 2014-2015 and 2019-2020). She is also a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, and currently serves on the Family & Juvenile Law Section Council. Ms. Storie was the Baltimore County Representative for the MSBA Young Lawyers Section Council (2014-2015) and a Fellow of the Leadership Academy Class of 2015.

Ms. Storie has been a frequent presenter on various family law topics for the Maryland State Bar Association, and has chaired family law programs through the Baltimore County Bar Association. Ms. Storie successfully completed collaborative practice training (March 2011), required to satisfy the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals standards for Collaborative Practice in family related disputes and 40 Hour Civil Mediation Training (March 2012) required to qualify her as a mediator for general civil litigation cases. For several years, Ms. Storie volunteered to speak at Career Day at Pikesville Middle School in Baltimore County. During law school, she had the opportunity to serve as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Michael J. Finifter in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, and practice as a Rule 16 Student Attorney with the University of Baltimore's Family Law Clinic.

Most recently, Ms. Storie co-authored the custody chapter update to the widely recognized publication Maryland Divorce and Separation Law, Tenth Edition. 

Ms. Storie has been named as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine for years 2014 through 2020." width="1" height="1" border="0" />




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