Attorney Profile

Attorney Julie A. Schejbal

For 22 years, Julie A. Schejbal has been a licensed attorney in Maryland. Her law office is located in Dunkirk, Maryland, and she practices in the areas of estate planning, elder law, probate, and business planning.

As a former employee of the IRS, she has significant knowledge of tax law, which allows her to wisely counsel and represent families and businesses. It is our goal to help families and businesses increase their wealth and security through careful estate planning and business planning measures that avoid unnecessary taxes and create opportunities for financial strength. To contact a lawyer or staff member at our office, call (301) 812-0200, or (410) 286-8100. You may also contact us online.

Julie A. Schejbal

Dunkirk, Maryland

Phone: (301) 812-0200
(410) 286-8100
Fax: (301) 812-1576
Email: Contact Me


Julie Schejbal is a former tax attorney for the IRS in Washington, D.C. Her firm represents a wide spectrum of individuals, families and businesses throughout Calvert, St. Mary's, Charles, Prince Georges, Anne Arundel and Howard Counties in Maryland. Her practice includes a full range of services to clients with modest estates as well as those with very large assets and complex financial planning issues.

Areas of Practice

  • 25% Business & Commercial Law
  • Business Organizations
  • 25% Estate Planning
  • 25% Elder Law
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Probate & Estate Administration

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland, 1990
  • U.S. Tax Court, 2005


  • Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina, 1990

  • University of Maryland, 1986
    Honors: Cum Laude

Published Works

  • "The State of Small Business Retirement Plans: 25 Years After ERISA" (Co-Author), NYU, Institute on Federal Taxation, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, 1999

Classes/Seminars Taught

  • Adjunct Professor of Business, University of Phoenix, Columbia, Maryland

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Maryland State Bar Association


  • Omicron Delta Kappa

Birth Information

  • September 19, 1964, Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America