melissa

Schmitt AKA Carrillo

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San Diego, CA
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in CA
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About melissa

I have practicing family law for 13 years. I handle all aspects of family cases, including support, custody, domestic violence restraining orders, asset division, palimony, premarital agreements, contempt, and appeals. I have handled more than 50 bench trials in San Diego County, one jury trial, several contempt actions, and several appeals, including one published opinion. I have worked for Appellate Defenders preparing criminal appeals, the California Innocence Project, and spent two years in law school with the San Diego County Public Defender's Office. I have completed the advanced criminal jury trial training with the Trial Advocacy Project out of Los Angeles.

Top Case Types

Divorce: 35%

Spousal Support: 25%

Child Custody & Support: 25%

Restraining Order: 15%

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Senior Partner, Law Office of Melissa J. Schmitt

December 2007 - Pursuing

Education

California Western School of Law

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925 B Street, Suite 404

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