FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2015—Santa Maria, CA — The Law Offices of M. Jude Egan announces the opening of FLIC (Family Law & Immigration Center). According to the 2010 US census, 64% of households in Santa Maria speak a language other than English and 21% of households live at or below low-income thresholds. Additionally, approximately […]
Santa Maria, CA. – The Law Offices of M. Jude Egan, Esq. has recently hired Vosgan Mekhitarian as a new paralegal for their Santa Maria office. “Mr. Mekhitarian is a welcome addition to our office and we’re ecstatic to have such a skilled and experienced paralegal on our team.” said Attorney, Jude Egan, who represents […]
I am very pleased with the outcome of my case. Mr. Egan is very informative, honest, trustworthy, and will fight for your best interest. I highly recommend his law firm.
M. Jude Egan, J.D., Ph.D graduated law school at the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 2004. While working at a major international law firm in San Francisco doing civil litigation and land use work, he wrote his doctoral dissertation in Jurisprudence and Social Policy. Dr. Egan has litigated numerous cases in civil litigation and family law and enjoys a growing reputation drafting legal documents for estate planning. His practice serves English and Spanish speaking clients in Santa Maria, the Five Cities and Santa Barbara.
Sandra Sanchez is a graduate of Santa Maria High. She attended Allan Hancock College where she graduated a P.O.S.T. academy studying law enforcement. She has extensive experience in criminal law as she was a reserve police officer for a central coast police department. She worked undercover on task forces in narcotics and consumer affair cases. Sandra enjoys providing excellent customer service with a smile.
Beth graduated from UC Riverside with a B.A. in Sociology and Law. She received her Paralegal Certificate from UCLA in 2002. She subsequently earned her certificate at UCLA in Spanish/English Interpretation and Translation program wherein she gained the experience to deliver qualified and accurate legal, medical and business translations. Beth has worked the last 10 years as a paralegal focusing on civil litigation, real estate, corporate, probate and trust administration. In 2012, she became a licensed Legal Document Assistant and started her own business, Coast Legal, providing interpreting and legal services to law firms as well as to members of the public. She is a recent graduate from a P.O.S.T. Sheriff’s Academy which demonstrates her drive, physical and mental strength, and her desire to help others. Beth is an outstanding asset to the firm with her ability to manage cases and work directly with clients to handle their matters properly and efficiently. She has volunteered at the San Luis Obispo Women’s Shelter preparing pro-bono Temporary Restraining Orders and is a member of the Central Coast Paralegal Association. Beth is also a Notary Public.