Review: “I came into contact with Nathalie through her involvement in Step Forward Foundation, a non-profit legal organization serving low income clients with Domestic Violence (DV) issues. In the 22 years that I lived with DV, a...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Domestic Violence, Mediation, Family, Contracts & Agreements
My name is Ernie Santamaria and I recently moved to Northern California, Bay Area. My office specializes in cases involving catastrophic injuries, products liability, and mass torts. Additionally, we provide services in Estate planning, Immig...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Estate Planning, Personal Injury
Review: “Mrs. Zerbini was very efficient and kept me informed from start to finish. Her staff was very helpful as well always answered all my questions.I will definitely recommend her to my friends and family.”
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Family, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Review: “I have had the opportunity to study Business Law Today with Professor Cary Phu Pham, who is also a lawyer, during the past Spring 2015 Semester. He is really a very knowledgeable professor who had guided our class to go ...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Landlord & Tenant, Family
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