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Ronald Scott Granberg

Ronald Scott Granberg

Practice areas:

Family, Divorce & Separation, Alimony, Child Custody, Child Support

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1978

  1. Child Support: 20%
  2. Child Custody: 20%
  3. Alimony: 20%
  4. Divorce & Separation: 20%
  5. Family: 20%

Payment

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

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  • Michael S. Waddington

    I endorse Ronald. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.

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    Charles Hardy Divorce & Separation Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact Info

134 Central Ave
Salinas, CA, 93901

Resume

License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
CAActive197805/25/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

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Awards

Award NameGrantorDate Granted
co-recipient of Family Law Person of the Year AwardSouthern California Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers2013
Hall of Fame AwardCalifornia Association of Certified Family Law Specialists2012
Fellow of the Year AwardNorthern California Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers2011
Outstanding Professor AwardMonterey College of Law2003
Outstanding Professor AwardMonterey College of Law1999
Outstanding Professor AwardMonterey College of Law1993
Outstanding Professor AwardMonterey College of Law1988
Outstanding Professor AwardMonterey College of Law1987

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
PrincipalGranberg Law Office1995 - Present

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
California State Bar Family Law Executive CommitteeExecutive Committee Member2012 - Present
American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersCo-chair of National Chapter Leaders Committee2012 - Present
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (California - North chapter)President2011 - 2011
Association of Certified Family Law SpecialistsPresident2006 - 2006
International Academy of Matrimonial LawyersFellow2006 - Present
Monterey County Bar AssociationPresident1992 - 1992

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Monterey College of LawN/ALaw1978
University of MichiganPsychologyBachelor of Arts1970

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Symposium"Uncovering Business Income Available for Support"2015
Spring Seminar"Orders and Judgments: The Lawyer's View"2015
National Midyear Meeting"Smoke and Mirrors: Cash Flow Games People Play"2015
Meeting"Legal Logic and Divorce Persuasion: What Would Aristotle Do?"2015
Chapter Meeting"Securing the Equalizing Payment Using the Business as Security"2015
Advanced Family Law Course"Agreements and Transmutations"2015
State Bar of California, Executive Committee of the Family Law Section"Essentials of a Family Law Trial"2014
National Webinar"Try to See Things My Way: Insight into Powerful Negotiation Strategies"2014
Kern County Bar Association"Trial Evidence Traps and Tricks"2014
Chapter Meeting"Advocacy in Action: the Psychology of Persuasion"2014
Chapter Meeting"Legal Logic and Persuasion Science"2014
California Family Law Reports"Dollars and Sense"2014
Bar Association of San Francisco"What Valli Did"2014
Webinar"Show Me The Money--Identifying Business Income Available For Support"2013
Webinar"Don't Let High-Stress Negotiations Make You Crazy, Part 2"2013
Webinar"Don't Let High Stress Negotiations Make You Crazy, Part 1"2013
Trial Advocacy Institute"Effective Cross Examination Strategies for the Business Valuation Expert"2013
Pasadena Bar Association"760 Erosion: THrough the Brooks into the Valli?"2013
National Meeting"Tax Problems In Deciding What Business Income To Use For Support: Mastering Phantom Income, Depreciation And Other Demons"2013
Monterey County Bar Association"Domestic Violence: Coordination of Criminal and Family Law Cases"2013
Continuing Education of the Bar"Courtroom Evidence"2013
Chapter Meeting"My Smoke Your Mirrors: Accounting Games People Play"2013
Chapter Meeting"Effective Cross-Examination Strategies for the Business Valuation Expert"2013
Chapter Meeting"The Secret Ways of MSAs: Divorce Privacy vs. Governmental Transparency"2013
Chapter Meeting"Expert Wizardry in Presenting and Defending Income Adjustments for Support: Hogwarts and All"2013
Trial Advocacy Institute"Expert Wizardry in Presenting and Defending Income Adjustments for Support: Hogwarts and All"2012
Trial Advocacy Institute"The Stolen Email--An Ethical Problem with Criminal and Civil Penalties"2012
Symposium"Presenting and Defending Income Adjustments for Support"2012
SymposiumDraco Dormiens Ninquam Titillandus (or, "Never Tickle a Sleeping Dragon")2012
Spring Seminar"Expert Wizardry in Presenting and Defending Income Adjustments for Support: Hogwarts and All (Unabridged Version)"2012
Family Law Section"Risky Business: What Would Tom Cruise Do?"2012
Family Law Section"Advanced Pereira/Van Camp"2012
Chapter Meeting"Litigating with Friends"2012
Association of Certified Family Law Specialists"The Secret Ways of MSA's"2012
Symposium, May"Risky Business: What Would Tom Cruise Do?"2011
State Bar Annual Meeting"Beyond Pereira and Van Camp"2011
Spring Seminar, 2011"Watching it Happen: Advanced Evidence in the Courtroom"2011
Southern California Chapter Meeting"The Ethical Divorce Lawyer"2011
September meeting, Sacramento, CA"Ethics, Sex, Lies and Secrets"2011
October presentation, San Francisco"Psychological Aspects of Divorce Client Representation"2011
October presentation, Orange County"Ethics, Sex, Lies and Secrets"2011
October presentation, Los Angeles"Psychological Aspects of Divorce Client Representation"2011
June meeting, San Mateo"The Ethical Divorce Lawyer"2011
February presentation, San Francisco“Is Phantom Income Real?”2011
August meeting, Souther California“The Ethical Divorce Lawyer”2011
April meeting, Pasadena“What Business Income is Available for Support?”2011
April Meeting, New Jersey"Business Income Available for Support: Phantom Income, Depreciation and other Demons"2011
Symposium, May 14, 2010“Lava Flow or Cash Flow: What Business Income is Really Available for Support?”2010
State Bar Annual Meeting, September“The Effects of Declining Value and Negative Equity on Property Division"2010
September meeting“The Effects of Declining Value and Negative Equity on Property Division"2010
October meeting, Sacramento, CA“Business Income Available for Support”2010
October meeting“Lava Flow: Business Income Support”2010
May meeting“Litigating Difficult Real Estate Issues in this Troubled Real Estate Market”2010
May meeting“Business Income Available for Support”2010
March meeting“Evidence Tips and Tricks: The Play”2010
June meeting“The Effects of Declining Value and Negative Equity on Property Division”2010
June meeting“Litigating Difficult Real Estate Issues in this Troubled Real Estate Market”2010
January 17, 2010 Trial Advocacy Institute“Litigating Difficult Real Estate Issues”2010
February meeting“Evidence Tips and Tricks: The Play”2010
February meeting“Litigating Difficult Real Estate Issues”2010
April meeting“The Effects of Declining Value and Negative Equity on Property Division”2010
April meeting“The Effects of Declining Value and Negative Equity on Property Division”2010
AAML Annual meeting, November“Business Income Available for Support: Phantom Income, Depreciation and Other Demons”2010
Symposium, May 1“The Disappearing Real Estate Equity: Are There Any Magical Solutions?”2009
Spring Seminar“Practical Solutions to ‘Real’ Estate Problems: Characterization and Division in a Down Real Estate Market”2009
September meeting“Representing Registered Domestic Partners and Same Sex Couples”2009
March meeting“Evidence Tips and Tricks: The Play”2009
June meeting“Evidence Tips and Tricks: The Play”2009
January meeting“Trial Evidence”2009
August meeting“Family Law Real Property Issues In This Troubled Real Estate Market”2009
State Bar Annual Meeting“Protecting Privacy Interests In Family Law Proceedings - Post Burkle”2008
Spring Seminar, March 15“Spousal Support: The Differences Between Temporary And Trial Support And How To Prove The Elements”2008
May meeting“Family Law Trial Evidence”2008
June meeting“Reimbursement Claims, Tracing Issues, and How that Christmas Gift of Cash Became a Loan You Never Knew You Had”2008
February meeting“Marriage of Sherman Partially Corrects Bono v. Clark’s Moore/Marsden Errors”2008
December meeting“Evidence Tips and Tricks: The Play”2008
September meeting“The Effects Of Refinancing Property On Characterization And Reimbursement Rights”2007
Sacramento Roundtable Meeting, February“The Effects Of Refinancing Property On Characterization And Reimbursement Rights”2007
November meeting“Real Estate is Down, Walrath is Up”2007
May meeting“Courtroom Evidence: Love It Or Lose It!”2007
January Meeting“The Effects Of Refinancing Property On Characterization And Reimbursement Rights”2007
December 1, 2007 meeting“Real Estate is Down, Walrath is Up”2007
Symposium, April 29, 2006“The Effects Of Refinancing Property On Characterization And Reimbursement Rights”2006
February Meeting“Marriage of Sherman and the Gang: Wherefore Art Thou, Moore/Marsden?”2006
Family Law Conference, October“It’s My House, Isn’t It! The Effects Of Refinancing Property On Characterization And Reimbursement Rights”2006
June meeting“What You Should Do (and Know) When Your Client Is Divorcing”2005
January Meeting“Are You Ready For Domestic Partnerships?”2005
February meeting“Domestic Partnerships”2005
April meeting“Pro Tanto Tango: Marsden and More”2005
State Bar Annual Meeting“Marital Settlement Agreements: the Nuts and Bolts of Sealing the Deal”2004
State Bar Annual Meeting“Goodwill: Does It Exist, How to Recognize It, and What to Do with It Once You’ve Found It”2004
June 16, 2004 meeting“Will Grinius Steal Christmas?”2004
January Conference“Moore/Marsden and Bono v Clark”2004
Spring Seminar“Moore/Marsden and Bono v Clark”2003