Our Practice

Practice Areas


  • Social Security  Disability
  • SSI
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Grandparent  Visitation
  • Adoption
  • Wills & Estates

Our Approach

At Robin Skinner Prinz Law, we specialize in bringing the law to your corner. We are dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you understand what actions we can take on your behalf. We will work with you every step of the way to make sure that you understand the choices you are making and feel empowered to make them.

Robin Skinner Prinz

Robin Skinner Prinz is a native of Western New York State, and received a B.A. in Political Science  from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and  her law degree from State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law.

She has worked as a   Congressional staffer, at   the Department of Justice   including time as a   temporary immigration judge,   and for the Association of   the Bar of the City of New   York.  She has been in   private practice in Charles   Town, West Virginia since   2005.

Ms. Prinz primary area of   practice is Family law where   she handles adoption,   divorce, custody,   guardianship, and   grandparent visitation   matters.  She also provides   wills and estate planning, represents social security disability claimants, performs criminal defense work, and DUI and traffic matters.    She finds satisfaction in private practice which allows her to accomplish her law school goal: to help ordinary people get through   the legal challenges in their lives.

Ms. Prinz has served on the  Board of Directors of United  Community Ministries in  Alexandria, Virginia, and  is the past Vice  President of the Loudoun Chorale, and Vice President of   the Board of Directors of the Carolina Furnace Lutheran Camp and Retreat Center.

Ms. Prinz is admitted to   practice in West Virginia,   New York, and the District   of Columbia.  She is also   admitted to practice before   the United States District   Court for the Southern   District of West Virginia,   and the Supreme Court of the   United States.