As a product of divorce, I identify with how a family is impacted by divorce and the myriad of issues that come with it — custody, alimony, child support, property division, and so forth. I started this law firm with the goal of being a tireless, fearless and caring advocate for people’s unique family law problems and struggles.
I believe that, aside from mastery of the law, what sets a truly great lawyer apart is devotion to her clients’ best interests and scrupulous attention to a client’s individual needs and goals. After all, every family law matter, like every family, is unique.
At Park Family Law, we provide our clients with the highest quality legal representation by working harder, preparing more, and obtaining results that best serve our clients’ needs. Whether it is through mediation or litigation, we are fully equipped to deliver optimal results and help empower you to take control of your situation. Ji Park, CFLS is of counsel to the firm.
- Representative Cases
Successfully mediated high-asset divorce settlement involving multiple real properties, significant spousal support obligation, and complex tax issues.
Successfully mediated divorce settlement involving asset and debt division, waivers of spousal support and the refinance and buyout of the parties’ marital residence.
Lead trial attorney in over 100 cases involving allegations of child abuse or child neglect.
Successfully represented chief executive officer of international premium denim company in settlement of divorce.
Successfully represented chief financial officer of a major Hollywood film production company in various matters, including obtaining a domestic violence restraining order, custody orders and postnuptial agreement.
Successfully represented major television producer’s parents in highly contested guardianship matter after death of children’s mother.
Created cohabitation agreement for an American philanthropist and heiress who serves as president and board chair of a multibillion-dollar philanthropic organization.
Successfully regained visitation rights for mother of two children who had wrongfully been withheld visitation for over four years, in highly contested child custody case.
Successfully represented mother in contempt proceeding against father (represented by Public Defender’s Office), ultimately resulting in rarely issued incarceration order against father for failing to abide by prior court orders.
Successfully represented father in two-day highly contested child custody trial against mother who sought full physical custody of child with special needs.
Successfully obtained award of guardianship of minor child for client in same sex, competing guardianship case.
Successfully obtained unsupervised visitation rights for recovering addict father against mother seeking sole legal custody and limited supervised visitation for father.
Successfully represented physician in settlement of divorce, involving highly contested issues of child custody, asset and debt division, and child and spousal support.
- Awards, Accolades, Publications
Certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization.
Selected as a Super Lawyer in Family Law, an honor reserved for the top 5% of all attorneys in California who exhibit excellence in their field and was featured in Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition.
Appointed as Temporary Judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles.
Appointed as Fee Arbitrator, State Board of Trustees for the State Bar of California.
Selected in 2002 for the highly selective and distinguished position of law clerk to a federal judge (Hon. George S. Singal of the United States District Court of the District of Maine). During Ms. Park’s tenure as Judge Singal’s law clerk, Judge Singal was appointed as Chief Judge of the District of Maine by the President of the United States.
Selected in 2000 for the highly selective and prestigious position of legal extern to Judge Robert J. Timlin of the United States District Court of the Central District of California.
Quoted in Go Banking Rates article, “9 Reasons a Prenup Isn’t Worth the Cost” (2017).
Quoted in Avvo stories, “How to Get a Prenup Even After You’re Already Married” (2016).
Rated 10 Stars by Avvo.com.
Boston University School of Law, JD
Cornell University, BA