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Daniel Ratajczak

Attorney Daniel Ratajczak graduated from California State University Sacramento and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California. Since admission to the California State Bar in 2011, attorney Ratajczak has represented clients in need of assistance with all family law matters, including dissolution of marriage, paternity, child support, spousal support, property division, and domestic violence restraining orders. Attorney Ratajczak has also represented clients in civil matters related to real property and business disputes. With his prior experience, attorney Ratajczak has the skill set necessary to resolve high conflict and complex situations. He takes the time to understand his client’s individual needs and goals to customize their case strategy. If you need a strong advocate that provides unparalleled customer service to take on your legal concerns, contact attorney Ratajczak for a free consultation.

Catherine Vincent

Catherine A. Vincent was admitted to the California State Bar in 1978 and was certified as a family law specialist by the California State Bar in 2003. For over 40 years she has been helping families through what many consider to be the most traumatic event of their lives: Divorce. Catherine practiced for many years in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties in the legal fields of personal injury, medical malpractice, and construction defect cases during which time she gained significant experience as a trial attorney with several jury trials over the years. This litigation experience as well as her specialized experience in family law is what separates her from other family lawyers. She is an experienced litigator and no stranger to the courtroom. Catherine is sensitive to the needs of the people and families she represents and works with her wonderful staff to bring their family law disputes to a prompt successful conclusion whether it be by mediation or disputed litigation.