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Lara T. Abuzeid, Esq.
Lara T. Abuzeid founded Abuzeid Law in June 2013 with the objective of building a practice centered around customized solutions for the unique and specific needs of each client.
Lara earned her Juris Doctorate from Chapman University School of Law after graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Studies with a Minor in Economics and Psychology from Westminster College. Lara’s work experience includes work in the fields of family law, trusts and estates, bankruptcy, business, civil litigation, tax and accounting, government and non-profit organizations.
Although Lara’s legal background is extremely diverse, practicing Family Law has enabled her to make a direct and dramatic difference in the lives of her clients. As a first-generation Arab-American who is fluent in conversational Arabic, Lara is sensitive to the impact that culture, race, gender, and religious beliefs have on family issues, and is committed to ensuring that each of her clients has a compassionate and dedicated advocate they can count on.
Lara has represented clients in family law related matters throughout Riverside, San Diego, San Bernardino and Orange Counties; including, but not necessarily limited to, matters involving dissolution of marriage, legal separation, paternity, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, property division, pre-marital and post-nuptial agreements, mediation, domestic violence, adoption, guardianship and surrogacy.
Q: Do I have any obligation to pay him? And is there any legal action he can take against me? I signed a contract to get my driveway redone, but the contractor kept canceling and now its past 3 days. It is also passed the day he was scheduled to actually start the work. There is […]
Q: Will it be easy for me to get custody of my kids if restraining order is in place and he’s in prision for 3 yrs for domestic?: He has many drug charges and domestic two times the last one being keeping us hostage and restraining order is in place can this help me divorce […]
Q: What is the best “Plan of Attack”?: Sorry to word it that way but I have been pushed to the point of taking a strong offense to shut down the circus of non-compliance from my ex. I would like to file for reduced visitations to once a month pending a noticeable change of character […]