Attorney Gideon Obi, Esquire

Attorney Gideon Obi, Esquire


Fidelity Law Firm, LLC
6305 Ivy Lane, Suite 101
Greenbelt, Maryland, 20770

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Telephone – 301-242-5590

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  • Juris Doctor, Howard University School of Law, Washington, DC, 2010
  • LL.M, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 2014
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, 2006


• Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity
• State Bar of Maryland
• U.S. Federal District Court, Maryland
• U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Court, Maryland


Gideon Obi was born in Nigeria and migrated to the United States of America in 2003. He steadfastly pursed his education while at the same time adjusting his immigration status. Now, as an attorney, Gideon enjoys representing families in immigration matters, victims of personal injury, and practices in other legal fields.

Giddy, as he is fondly called, received his Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Delgado Community College in 2003, his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Cleveland State University in 2006 and his JD from Howard University School of Law in 2010, and was subsequently admitted to the Maryland State Bar. Mr. Obi has garnered invaluable experiences in both criminal and civil matters, working in the private and public sectors. His personal experiences inform his passion for both the law and those in need of legal assistance. He has been successful in helping many people and always treats each and every claim with integrity and compassionate attention.

When he is not attending to legal matters, Mr. Obi spends his time volunteering as a Mathematics teacher to adults who are preparing to take the GED exam, playing soccer or enjoying a game of lawn tennis.

Areas of Practice

• Family Law
• Divorce
• Visitation
• Custody
• Child Support
• Foreclosure Prevention
• Bankruptcy
• Immigration
• Personal Injury
• Vehicular/Motorcycle Accidents
• Wrongful Death
• Medical Malpractice
• Truck Accidents
• Workplace Injuries
• Nursing Home Negligence
• Train Wrecks
• Dog Bites
• Criminal Law

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