AAbout me, Julie O. Wolff
I began my legal career as a juvenile dependency attorney.
I spent nearly five years working full-time for dependency parents and children.
That experience taught me how to be a strong and compassionate attorney, both in the courtroom and out.
I know once Child Protective Services are involved, it is crucial to have a skilled dependency attorney working for you.
Court-appointed attorneys often have over 200 clients per attorney. My practice has a limit of no more than 35 active clients.
If you hire me, you will receive the special attention you deserve.
AAbout how I can protect your legal rights
Whether on a family law matter or a juvenile dependency case, I will sit down and explain every aspect of the process to you, at each step of the way.
Not only will you be more confident going into court after talking to me, but I will lead the way with strength and compassion as your attorney.
I will advocate for you both in and out of the courtroom.
More importantly, I will teach you the skills necessary to successfully maneuver through the complex court process:
- Custody / Visitation
- Family Dynamics
- Mental Health Problems
- Substance Abuse Issues
- Social worker meetings
- Housing Problems
- Adjusting to Changes
AAbout how I can provide you with a free consultation
What makes me qualified?
-2007, Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara
-2010, Juris Doctor
Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law, with Honors in Trial Advocacy and Preventive Problem Solving
40 hour certificate in Mediation from Pepperdine University School of Law’s Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution.
-2017 – Present, Lawyer
My talents in trial advocacy and dispute resolution make me an excellent choice to represent you in your family law or juvenile dependency case. Helping mothers and fathers tackle real world issues such as substance abuse and reunite them with their children. Enjoying fighting for the best interests and educational rights of the foster children.