All our staff is bilingual, we speak fluent Spanish.
My current practice is focused on Family Law. Throughout my career I have negotiated, settled and litigated divorce proceedings, child custody disputes, child support hearings, modifications, civil and domestic violence restraining orders, high conflict divorce and other related issues.
Natalia Peraza joined Law Office of Patricia Ruiz Calzada, Inc. in February 2018 as a full time paralegal. Natalia is responsible for managing day-to-day operations of the law firm, including carrying out administrative services, providing legal support to Patricia Ruiz Calzada, Esq. and ensuring that the firm remains in compliance with state legal regulations. She received her paralegal certificate from John F. Kennedy University and plans on pursuing her Juris Doctor at John F. Kennedy School of Law.
She is dedicated to helping clients during difficult processes, by combining compassion and diligence in her approach to family law matters. Her strength lies in her result-focused yet empathetic approach to family law advocacy.
On her free time, she enjoys going on trips around the Bay Area with her family, friends and her labrador retrievers.
Information provided on this website may not be kept confidential.
Patricia Ruiz Calzada is only licensed to practice in the state of California and does not handle cases outside of California.
No attorney-client relationship is created until you have retained our law firm, signed a retainer agreement, AND paid the retainer fee. Completing a Contact Us Form or contacting our office does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor does it mean will will represent you or take any action in your case on your behalf.
None of the information on this website should be taken as a warranty, guarantee, prediction, or representation about what results you will obtain in your case. Each case is different and can have a different outcome. The amount of attorney fees you will pay cannot be predicted and will depend on various factors such as how reasonable and cooperative your spouse is, how reasonable and cooperative you are, whether or not there is an attorney representing opposing party, the amount of assets to be divided, whether there are minor children, and several other issues that may arise.
People pictured on the website are not actual clients.