About the Firm
A team with 20+ years of Combined Trial and Litigation Experience. In addition to being fierce advocates in disputed divorce and family law matters, Roxas Law provides conflict resolution services as an alternative to costly court battles. Our philosophy is to work with clients to resolve their disputes in the most organized, timely, cost efficient and effective manner possible. Our Attorney Mediator is committed to helping families facilitate out-of-court agreements mediating issues involving divorce, paternity, child custody and visitation, parenting plan, child support, spousal support, and asset division. We work with low or high conflict clients to resolve their disputes privately and economically. Rather than “airing your dirty laundry” in court, all discussions and communications in mediation are privileged and confidential.
About the Partner
Sandy K. Roxas, Esq. is admitted to practice law in California and the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. Sandy graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Cum Laude. She received her law degree from Chapman University School of Law, where she was the Managing Editor of the Chapman Law Journal and the Co-Founding President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Organization. Sandy was also a scholarship recipient of the Orange County Asian American Bar Association as well as a bar stipend recipient of the Orange County Women Lawyers Association. During law school, Sandy served as a Judicial law clerk for the Honorable Candice Beason of the Los Angeles Superior Court, a law clerk for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, and worked as a paralegal in a litigation firm.
Since 2004, Sandy has zealously litigated family law matters, including but not limited to, divorce, legal separation, nullity of marriage, paternity, child custody, child support, spousal support, property division, domestic violence restraining orders, and civil harassment restraining orders. She has also successfully mediated family law cases for low and high conflict clients, defended clients in criminal matters, and represented victims of hate crimes.
Sandy remains committed to the community in several ways. In her free time, she mentors college graduates and law students. She has awarded annual financial scholarships to graduating seniors from Carson High School since 2009. She has spoken at numerous Career Nights – at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She is currently the Chairperson of the Philippine American Bar Association’s non-profit/community outreach arm, The PABA Foundation. She is also a Lifetime Member of the Philippine American Bar Association. Additionally, she is a Mock Trial coach at one of the schools in the Palos Verdes Peninsula United School District. Since 2013, Sandy has sponsored outreach programs such as “Slippers for Kids” and “Apples for Kids,” providing much needed slippers and apples for impoverished children in the Philippines – most whom have never in their lives owned a pair of slippers or tasted an apple. Sandy continues to sponsor international outreach programs by providing water pumps, donating food and school supplies to impoverished families and their children in the Philippines.
Sandy has been featured on the Dr. Phil Show, in KTLA 5 News, Fox News, the Daily Breeze, Asian Journal, Tayo News, Weekend Balita, The May Lee Show, Halo Halo with Kat Iniba, and for her pro-bono work against racism and xenophobia. In 2020, Sandy issued a Call For Action to the Mayor of the City of Torrance, the Torrance City Attorney, and Chief of the Torrance Police Department to arrest and prosecute Lena Hernandez for her criminal acts of assault, battery, criminal threats, and child endangerment fueled against Asian-American victims.
Members of Roxas Law speak English, Chinese-Cantonese, and Tagalog.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.