Ventura County, California Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers
I have been practicing exclusively Family Law since 1994, and have been a Certified Specialist in Family Law, Certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization since 2008. I have handled hundreds of family law matters throughout the years, and bring this solid background of experience to every case I handle. Each client and each client's...
My methods of recovery include securing Orders To Appear For Examinations, serving debtors and/or third parties with Subpoenas; tracing financial transactions through various accounts where debtors may be concealing assets in their name(s), the names of third parties, and/or various business entities. I utilize various tools including Bank Levies/Brokerage Accounts, Wage Garnishments; execution of liens, levies, and forced sale of secured and unsecured property, i.e. Real Estate and Personal Property...
Aaron is the recipient of various awards for his advocacy, including the American College of Trial Lawyer’s Medal for Excellence in Oral Advocacy as well as Princeton University’s Lynde...
The cases Mr. Edwards has worked on include claims for unsuitable investment recommendations, churning, misrepresentations and outright fraud. The investments...
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