|Associate||Law Offices of Vincent W. Davis & Associates||2005 - 2012|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Culver Marina Bar Association||President||2015 - Present|
|Culver Marina Bar Association||Board Member||2013 - Present|
|Eastern European Bar Association||Membership Committee Founding Member||2008 - Present|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association||Member||2005 - Present|
|Loyola Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|Univ of California Santa Barbara||History||Undergraduate BA with High Honors||1999|
|One Family, Two Courts: The Intersection of Family Law and Juvenile Dependency Law||Family Law and Juvenile Dependency Law||2013|
Posted by Diana
Mark is a wonderful attorney. Very patiently answers all your questions. He helped me sort thru all the complicated stuff in my divorce. He dedicates a lot of time and makes sure that every case has the best outcome possible. He is very knowledgeable. Mark was reasonable about his billing. He had a long term strategy to get my ex to settle. It took about a year long than I would have liked. But the strategy worked in the end.
Posted by Ryan
My only experience with lawyers has been dealing with a bitter custody battle over my son,
So needless to say I hate all lawyers. I still hate all lawyers, but of all the lawyers I have dealt with this matter in multiple post judgement modifications, I hate Mark Tseselsky the least. I hired him to help me with transferring foreign judgment to California and two post-judgment modifications of custody and visitation orders. He is very conservative about his billing and tries very hard to get the best result. ..... So if you have to use a lawyer use Mark. Did I mention I hate lawyers. :-)
If you have any questions you can call me 818-321-6181
Posted by Rebecca
Mark has proven to be an outstanding Attorney, with the knowledge necessary to get exemplary results in the courtroom. But there is one more gift that sets Mark above the rest, Mark genuinely cares and has become more than just our Attorney, Mark has also become our friend. One whom we still keep in touch with to this day.
In January 2012, DCFS (Department of Family Services) turned our world upside down when they removed my two grandchildren from their mother's care (then ages 5 months and 3 years) and placed them into a Foster Home over 60 miles away, because the DCFS case worker decided my daughter was in an ‘unhealthy’ relationship. Of course, she left him to get her children back, which we soon found out was an extremely stressful and expensive hardship that no decent parent should EVER have to endure.
During the next 9 months, we bent over backwards for DCFS (my daughter and myself), drove over an hour, each way, so we could visit with the kids every Saturday a couple of hours at a time, took (costly) parenting classes, maintained contact with our case worker, and so much more.
In June 2012, (three court appearances later), was our review date in court. Spent five minutes with our ‘Public Defender’ to inform us what they (DCFS and commissioner) had decided on already. We felt defeated (again) as we left without any answers as to when the children may come back home.
I had enough of feeling helpless and scoured the internet for something...anything... that may provide information on what we could do. After reviewing many websites I chose to leave a message on here asking if anyone could help shed some light on this whole mess. a reply was received. THIS IS HOW WE MET OUR NEW ATTORNEY, MARK TSESELSKY
Not only did Mark thoroughly answer our questions, advise what to expect at our next appearance, and calmly reassure us that we were not the only ones going through this. Mark actually fought for our parental rights. We were soon granted overnight and weekend visits with the kids and things were finally looking up.
Well, September was month 9 with the children still in foster care. So, Mark decided to take our case to trial... WE WERE ALLOWED TO PICK UP THE KIDS TO COME HOME PERMANENTLY THAT SAME DAY!!
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