San Luis Obispo County, California Domestic Violence Lawyers
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In the summer of 2013, Mr. Peterson traveled to Shanghai, China with Santa Clara University School of...
Christina Shaffer has been practicing Family Law since 2004. Ms. Shaffer has just received the NAWBO Bravo 2019 Award for Community Advocate of the Year. Ms. Shaffer’s office just recently became a winner of the 2018 Ventura County Star Reader’s Choice Award for the best East County Law Office. In addition to being a recipient of the Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce 40 Under 40...
Downtown Offices: 110 West C Street, Suite 1300 San Diego 92101
San Diego, CA
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
I'm a product of our community. I'm an immigrant. I was poor as a child. I had to start working at age 14 so I could help my family. I've had friends who made mistakes and I saw how the authorities violated their rights because they...
As a young woman, Gina experienced the pain and uncertainty of a protracted custody battle over her first child. It was this experience that caused her to become a lawyer. Her daughter is now happily married and attending medical school. Gina married her second husband in 1992. They have a teenaged son together, who still lives at home.
Gina was licensed to practice law in the state of California in 1997. Since then, she has amassed vast legal knowledge and courtroom experience. Her practice has always been limited exclusively to family law. Over the years, she has learned to listen....
San Luis Obispo County Domestic Violence Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
San Luis Obispo County Family Law Facilitator
San Luis Obispo, CA
Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County
Santa Maria, CA
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