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Hass Bashir

Hass is a problem solver.  Prior to attending law school in Michigan, he obtained a Master's degree in Conflict Resolution from American University. Hass academic background and experience has turned him into a skilled negotiator.  Hass has successfully represented his clients in several Family Law related matters specifically divorce proceedings. Hass obtained over millions of dollars in settlements while representing his clients over the course of several years from Insurance claims to civil litigation. Hass believes that the "cost of legal representation should never exceed the benefit of the representation." Hass primarily concentrates on representing civil associations, community organizations, commercial transactions and litigation. Hass believes in client-centered and goal focused representation, whether it is litigation or out of court settlements.hasss

Hass Bashir founded the Law Offices of Hass Bashir (the "Firm") in 2010. The Firm currently has offices in Montgomery County and Prince George's County. Before starting his own legal practice, Hass worked for Judge David Sawyer at the Michigan Court of Appeals and Judge Inez Smith Reid at the Washington D.C. Court of Appeals.

Hass begin his career practicing Real Estate, Family Law, Insurance Claims (Personal Injury/Real Property), and bankruptcy law. He continues to represent clients in Bankruptcy Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 cases. Among his other legal recognition, Hass is well known for his foreclosure defense work, representing famous international politicians and celebrities for immigration visas, representing medical practices, and insurance claim clients. Hass represented dozens of clients in loss mitigation strategies. He has attended and negotiated several settlements either before Maryland's Office of Administrative Hearing (OAH) or directly with the lenders. 

Hass' areas of practice include primarily representing corporate clients in expansion of medical practices, corporate litigation, and commercial transactions.  He regularly represents clients involving contractual disputes. His immigration practice only focuses on representing corporate clients in EB5 Immigration or H1 or L1 visa processes, all other immigration related work is handled by his associates. He is a committed member of the community and frequently represents the profit and non-profit associations. He represented dozens of small and large business organization in obtaining licenses and drafting corporate related paperwork.  He is also a member of Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland Bar Association, American Bar Association, and the United States District Court of Maryland.