Diana Theologou, Esq.

As Of Counsel to Silverman Theologou, Ms. Theologou advises and assists on a wide range of matters, including bankruptcy, creditor’s rights and commercial and consumer collections.

Since being admitted to practice law in 1999, she has successfully represented major corporations and financial institutions, including state and federally chartered credit unions and banks. Ms. Theologou possesses experience in all aspects of civil litigation, including mediation, arbitration, motions practice, pretrial and trial management, and post-judgment collections. She also represents creditors and secured lenders in bankruptcy proceedings and workouts.

Currently, Ms. Theologou serves as Managing Attorney of the Mid-Atlantic office of the law firm of McMichael Taylor Gray, LLC, where she handles a wide array of real estate foreclosure matters. Silverman Theologou, upon written client request, refers all real estate foreclosure matters to Ms. Theologou at McMichael Taylor Gray, LLC. Ms. Theologou can be reached by email at and

Prior to joining Silverman Theologou LLP as an Associate, Ms. Theologou was a Managing Attorney with McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, LLC, a Mid-Atlantic foreclosure firm. Ms. Theologou also has extensive bankruptcy experience, including clerking for a bankruptcy judge, representing a Chapter 7 trustee, and representing creditors in both liquidation and reorganization cases.

She is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Virginia Bar Association and is admitted to practice before the courts in Maryland, Virginia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. District Courts in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Ms. Theologou graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with a bachelor of science in public relations and received her juris doctorate from The University of Kansas School of Law. Ms. Theologou was a law clerk for judges in the State of Kansas Court of Appeals and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas.

Ms. Theologou is the recipient of the American Bankruptcy Institute Award of Excellence and is the former Treasurer and Secretary of the MSBA Bankruptcy Section. Ms. Theologou has been a Continuing Legal Education faculty member for numerous seminars.