This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2012. See details
Jeremy N. Roark has practiced family law exclusively in the Inland Empire for over ten years. He has experience in handling divorce cases and related legal issues, such as child custody and support, asset division, spousal support, custody jurisdiction and domestic violence and restraining orders.
Jeremy is certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization as a Certified Family Law Specialist (CFLS), a designation given to attorneys that have demonstrated the highest standards of legal competence in this area of law.
As a father of a young child with special needs, Mr. Roark relates well to parents dealing with a separation or divorce. He recognizes the nuances involved in creating custody and visitation arrangements, and knows how to negotiate parenting plans that suit the best interests of the children involved. For parents that wish to be engaged in the upbringing of their children, Mr. Roark understands how their goals and expectations align with family law and the court system.
Mr. Roark’s familiarity with the judges and support staff in the local family court system breeds a high degree of credibility and expectation that he is able to deliver to his clients. He has established a reputation as a fierce advocate for his clients, and a source of authority for educating the courts about issues related to co-parenting children with special needs.
Admitted to the State Bar of California in 2008, Mr. Roark holds a Juris Doctor Degree from University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, one of the most prestigious law schools in the state. He completed his undergraduate degree at University of California, Los Angeles, majoring in business economics.
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2012.
Discipline with Actual Suspension issued in CA, 2012
updated on 01/20/2016
This sanction means the attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.