She Strives to Provide Her Clients Peace of Mind with Legal Strategies Tailored to Their Needs An Experienced & Understanding Attorney Makes All the Difference, Meet Silicon Valley Attorney Kimberly A. Madigan
Q: What was your first job? How did it shape or impact you?KM: At a very young age, I started working in a Sicilian restaurant. I had no prior restaurant experience. The owners were very strict and had high expectations of me. I learned a lot. The most valuable skills I picked up in the restaurant industry over the years were salesmanship and the ability to work under pressure and multi-task, which is also a great skill to have as a working Mom! Q: W..
Compassion, Understanding & Knowledge: A Proactive Approach to Law Meet Silicon Valley Attorney, Lydia E. Hsu
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career in the legal field?LH: My mother always told me when I was a child that I should be an attorney. Interesting enough, I left for college thinking I would be pursuing a career in music and theater. It wasn’t until I was in college that I became interested in the legal field and picked up a minor in law. Q: Why did you decide on Family Law as your area of expertise?LH: After I graduated from college, I applied to..
When there is no Substitute for Peace of Mind Meet Silicon Valley Attorney Kara N. Foster
Q: When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up?KF: I’m not sure that I knew what I wanted to do at age ten, but by thirteen I had three possibilities in mind, Research Scientist, Psychologist/Therapist, or Attorney. Ironically, I am now an attorney but hold bachelor’s degrees in Biochemistry/Cell Biology and Psychology. Q: What expectations did you have after graduating and receiving your law degree?KF: I expected to have to work really hard..
Your Goal is Her Mission, Making a Difference is Her Practice, Meet Attorney Laura Mazza
Q: After high school, did you have an idea of what your career path might be?LM: I had every intention of becoming a doctor at that point in my life, which shifted once I started taking the pre-requisite classes in college and became a registered EMT, responding to medical emergencies on campus – I enjoyed it but realized medicine was not my calling.Q: Share with us why you journeyed from Maine to the Bay Area?LM: I spent a number of happy years in the bay..
Results-Oriented & Caring Representation Silicon Valley Attorney Karen Hubbell
Q: Why did you choose to become a lawyer?KH: I was intrigued with the law and decided to take Paralegal Courses at San Jose State University. I also enjoyed watching LA Law. Obviously, now I realize that most law shows are not truly representative of reality.Q: You decided to have a practice dedicated to Family Law … why?KH: When I first started out in the legal field, I worked for an attorney who handled Family Law and Personal Injury. I enjoyed Family..
Her Firm's Achievements & Results are Measured by the Satisfaction of Her Clients: A Conversation with Attorney Cassie Springer Ayeni
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career in the legal field?CSA: As early as junior high or high school, I felt the need to advocate for others, to make a point to stand up for the kids who were being bullied or ostracized. I also realized around the same time that I truly enjoyed writing, reasoning, and debating. The law seemed a natural fit: I could use my skills to make a palpable difference in people’s lives. I had settled on a career in law ..
She’s Committed to Providing the Compassionate, Experienced Legal Assistance you Deserve Meet Attorney Traci J. Pickering
Q: When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up?TJP: Trying to put myself back into my 10-year old mind, I’d say I probably wanted to be a professional track athlete.Q: What expectations did you have after graduating and receiving your law degree?TJP: I expected to make partner while still being able to have a family and life outside of my career. I expected that if I worked hard, I could be great at both – advocating for people and being a..
When there is No Substitute for Experience & Knowledge of Legal Strategies, Meet Family Law Attorney, Sue Saign
Q: Why did you choose to become a lawyer?SS: I did not intend to become a lawyer. It just sort of happened. I was a single mother raising my one-year-old son and I needed some future for myself and my son. I had a four-year degree and thought to myself, “If I go back to school, I need a degree that can give me a career.” I didn’t know of many post-grad programs that lead to a definite career, so I thought …. Doctor? Lawyer? I hate blood. I’ll try law schoo..
Her Legal Knowledge & Human Wisdom Makes it all Possible! Meet Criminal Defense & Family Lawyer Stacy Remer
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career in the legal field?SR: I knew from a very young age that I wanted to advocate on behalf of others. My first experience with the legal system was as a child and I vowed to make a difference in the lives of those trying to navigate it alone. Q: What type of cases do you generally handle? SR: I practice criminal defense and family law.Q: What is your approach or philosophy to winning or representing a case?SR: I..
She Represents Clients Successfully Before the IRS & Franchise Tax Board Committed to Helping You with a Deeper Understanding Meet Silicon Valley Tax Attorney, Sun J. Chung
Q: Why did you choose to become a lawyer?SC: I wanted a career to challenge me intellectually and think creatively and “on my toes.” I have a passion for helping people and enjoy a hard day’s work.Q: How long have you practiced law?SC: 15 yearsQ: What type of cases do you generally handle? SC: Tax controversy matters, which includes IRS audits/examinations, international tax compliance issues, and tax collections matters. I handle cases at the audit, ap..