Aitken & Stevens, LLC

From our offices in Towson, Maryland, we offer a variety of legal services for clients in Maryland and Washington D.C.

Our commitment to clients

Aitken & Stevens is committed to helping individuals, families, businesses and government organizations find solutions to legal challenges. We provide cost-effective and high-quality services that are in line with each of our clients unique situations. In order to provide the highest quality of service, our firm is defined by a set of values that encompass how we interact with our clients.


Our firm is committed to providing transparent services in the court room and out. We advise our clients on what to expect with clear and consitent communication throughout the process.


We believe integrity is essential in creating a healthy and meaningful relationship with our clients. Our attorneys always comply with the most stringient of legal policies, procedures and laws.


We know your time is valuable and we respect that — our partners engage in meaningful consultations that provide value to you and the outcome of your case.

Practice Areas

Our attorney's consult in a variety of practice areas. Click the link below to learn more about each of our practice areas.


Benjamin C. Stevens, Esquire

Mr. Stevens is a licensed attorney in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia who provides legal representation to various types of clients ranging from Individuals, Corporations, Estates and Trusts. His practice is concentrated on complex civil litigation, Estate & Trust litigation/planning, Fiduciary litigation, Commercial litigation, Real Estate and Family law.

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George A. Aitken, Esquire

Mr. Aitken's expertise encompasses all aspects of the preservation and transmission of family wealth from simple wills to highly complex estates. He has represented a diversity of clients concerning estate planning, closely-held businesses, business succession planning, estate and trust administration, tax planning, tax compliance and tax controversies.

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