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Manaen S. Robinson IV

Private Practice Lawyer
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Practice Areas

Chancery Practice; Landlord and Tenant Law; Family Law; Alimony; Divorce; Property Divisions; Adoptions; Visitation Rights

Admitted 2007, Delaware
Law School Albany Law School, J.D.
Member Sussex County Bar Association; Delaware State Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section); American Bar Association.
Biography Director, Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors 2010 - 2012; Member, Georgetown Chamber of Commerce; Chamber of Commerce Ethics Committee. Married and remains a resident of Sussex County.

His reasons for pursuing law: With a father and a stepfather both serving as highly visible police officers, Manaen S. Robinson, IV always felt an attraction to public affairs.

But it wasn’t until the day that he accompanied his father, then Millsboro Police Chief Manaen S. Robinson III, into a local convenience store that he realized the true power of the law. As soon as the two walked into the store – Chief Robinson was in uniform – a man ran out. At the register was the distraught teller who had been saved from violence at the hands of the would-be thief and rapist who fled upon seeing the uniformed policeman.

“I was a young kid but I remember realizing how important the law was,” he recalls. His interest was piqued by stories he heard from his father and stepfather, retired Delaware State Police Lt. Rick Chamberlin.

Robinson went to the University of Delaware assuming that his degree in criminal justice would lead to a career in law enforcement. But the more he studied, the more he realized that he really wanted to defend the law rather than enforce it.

Born Dagsboro, Delaware, 1981
Reported Cases JLT v. GMT, WL 1205102, Del. Fam. Ct. 2009.
ISLN 919775013

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