Kaleen

Pallaschke

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Newport Beach, CA
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in CA
Payment Plans Accepted
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About Kaleen

I have been working as a family law attorney since 2011, handling all aspects of dissolution, including child custody, child support, spousal support, and complex property division. I have conducted multi-day Trials on all issues related to dissolution. Additionally, I have extensive experience with restraining orders (both requesting and defending), including custody related to those. I handle step-parent and independent adoptions.

Top Case Types

Divorce: 30%

Child Custody & Support: 30%

Restraining Order: 20%

Spousal Support: 10%

Adoption & Guardianship: 10%

Clubs, Organizations & Pro-Bono Service

Orange County Bar Association

9 Years

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Founder and Principal, Harris Family Law Firm, APC.

December 2011

Education

Western State College of Law

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Pricing

Consultation: Free

Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Document Review up to one hour $250 -
Court Hearing up to 3 hours $750 -
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

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Visa, AMEX, Master Card, Discover, Check, ACH, Wire Transfer

Payment Plans Accepted

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