About The Law & Mediation Office of Patricia Clark, PC
Legal challenges – in any area of practice – can be delicate and require a close understanding of the people involved in order to resolve them peacefully. Family law, in particular, requires an extra level of compassion because these challenges revolve around personal, intimate issues.
At the Law & Mediation Office of Patricia Clark, PC, attorney Patricia D. Clark wants to make sure that your family and your case receive the emotional and legal support that they require.
In every case she takes on, Ms. Clark applies compassion to a results-oriented approach that has been helping families across the Greater Sacramento area achieve their goals for more than a decade.
To better serve the families of north central California, Patricia Clark pursued specialized training in family law, making her one of the few California attorneys certified as a Family Law Specialist through The State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization. Her expertise in family law and outstanding track record landed her on the list of California Super Lawyers in 2020.
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From her office in Roseville, she provides trustworthy and honest legal advice for divorcing couples or unmarried couples seeking to resolve legal issues. Ms. Clark has helped couples draft and implement legal agreements regarding alimony, child custody, support and visitation. Her skill as a litigator in personal matters has made her a name in family law litigation throughout Placer County.
Ms. Clark’s education and training help families avoid the trauma of the courtroom. The Law & Mediation Office of Patricia Clark, PC, offers collaborative law and mediation services for couples looking to reach an agreement without taking their case to trial.
Find The Support You Need With Patricia Clark
No matter how complicated your family law concerns may be, Patricia Clark may be able to help. Contact the Law & Mediation Office of Patricia Clark, PC, to schedule your introductory consultation and begin working toward a peaceful resolution. Email the firm or call (916) 472-6232.