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State Bar Number 297093

Sworn to the California bar in 2014 after finishing his course of study at Whittier Law School, Chris is experienced in all aspects of family law. While in law school, he was a law clerk at a boutique family law firm. He also spent a year as a law clerk at the Orange County District Attorney's office in the Homicide and Juvenile Units. He recieved the CALI award for recieving the highest scores in Community Property. After graduating from law school, Chris continued on at his firm as an associate attorney before joining a respected multistate firm. After spending years practicing for larger, less personal firms, Chris decided that he could better represent his clients by starting his own practice. After years of being involved in bitter, high tension cases, Chris now looks forward to promoting settlement and mediation whenever possible. He is a member of Orange County Bar Association's Family Law Section, a member of the Banyard Inns of Court, and attends numerous continuing legal education seminars every month.

Shorebreak is dedicated to personalized service, undertaken with the utmost care. Your phone call will always be returned. Your questions will always be answered. Your bill is transparent. Hiring an attorney can be a daunting task, but that should not stop you from seeking the representation that you need. Call Chris today for a free phone consultation, and take the first step towards a better life.

Chris was born and raised in Southern California. An avid athlete, Chris found his way to the  United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York to complete his undergraduate studies. After several years sailing the Bering Sea, he settled back in California to attend law school and start a family. He now lives with his wife and young son in Costa Mesa. He enjoys surfing, scuba diving, and playing sports of all kinds.