Questions for family law attorney Bettina Yanez

Questions For Family Law Attorney

Questions For Family Law Attorney
Bettina Yanez

Questions for family law attorney

Find out what other individuals are asking about family law & divorce. Join in the discussion with Attorney Bettina Yanez, whose expertise allows her to answer your legal questions surrounding any family law and divorce topic dealing with California Law.

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Bettina Yanez, is a family law divorce expert located in Orange California. She has been practicing family law since 2000. Her law firm accepts family law cases in Orange County, Los Angeles County and occasionally Riverside County.  Attorney Yanez is a Certified Family Law Specialist. She holds a degree in psychology from Pitzer College. Occasionally she is invited as a divorce expert on the local Spanish Radio Station 103.1 (Erazno y La Chokolata). She also serves as Minor’s Counsel for the County of Orange. Moreover, the County of Orange contracts her as an assistant public defender to represents parents that are facing contempt charges for failing to pay their child support.

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