Bobak is a natural problem solver and approaches his cases with empathy and a strong work ethic. He handles cases for clients involving divorce, custody, visitation, equitable distribution, spousal support, child support, and protective orders.
Prior to joining DiPietro Law Group, Bobak graduated from Washington & Lee University School of Law. At W&L he was Editor-in-Chief of the Washington & Lee University School of Law Newsletter and Website. He also studied at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC). At GULC in Washington, D.C., he interned at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, clerked at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, interned at the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, and externed as a student attorney at a Georgetown Law Center litigation clinic, D.C. Law Students in Court (LSIC), where he gained experience in civil litigation.
Prior to law school, Bobak was a college professor teaching literary theory and criticism. Working with people, thus, is a skill that he has mastered and refined through decades of experience. He understands that divorce proceedings can be emotionally taxing; he, therefore, makes a concerted effort to resolve the issues amicably when possible. Where the parties are not agreeable to a negotiated settlement, nevertheless, he uses the law as a shield and when warranted, as a sword in order to protect his clients’ rights and safeguard their interests.
Bobak adores his family and loves spending time with them. In his spare time, he reads, writes, plays tennis, soccer, and chess; he also enjoys listening to audiobooks, podcasts, and music. He watches Formula 1, too. Avidly.