When it comes to Family Law in the State of California, very few are in the same league as M. Pamela Lauser, Attorney at Law.
Attorney Lauser’s 19-years experience in the legal field began before she even entered law school. And her background is impeccable, to say the least. She holds a Master of Laws in International Legal Studies (LLM). She also holds a Juris Doctorate (JD) from The Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco, California. Aside from that, she holds Certificates of Specialization with Distinction in both Litigation and Public Interest Law. She is an active member of the State Bar of California and is also admitted to the Federal Courts of the State of California.
Despite her formidable credentials, Attorney Lauser chose to concentrate on family law when she opened her law office in 2006. She specializes in several aspects of family law. Attorney Lauser addresses high conflict family law cases involving property division, spousal support, child support, and domestic violence. So make no mistake, regardless of the legal arena, Attorney Lauser is a force to be reckoned with.
But what truly sets Attorney Lauser apart from others is her treatment of clients. She’s undeniably loyal. She’s unwaveringly discrete. And she genuinely cares for her clients. Because she’s fully aware of the difficulty her clients are going through by nature of the cases she handles, Attorney Lauser acts, not only as a lawyer but also as a friend and confidant.
So when you’re in the middle of a difficult family legal dispute, and you want a lawyer who can be both a dependable friend and a reliable protector, look no further than M. Pamela Lauser, Attorney at Law.
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