Glendora Legal Help
Attorney & Staff of Integrity
There is no good time to go through a divorce, bankruptcy or probate. Each imposes its own emotional and financial burdens. At the Law Offices of Duane P. Booth, we help Inland Empire and Los Angeles County clients solve complex legal problems in which finances and emotions often appear inseparable.
When you hire a good, experienced lawyer, you should receive two immediate benefits: sound, supportive legal advice and a candid assessment of your options based on the facts of your case, not the emotions involved.
Diverse Experience and Skills For Resolving Your Legal Problems
brings a diversity of legal, business and communications skills and experiences to bear on each case he handles. He has been a managing attorney at a large, prestigious law firm, as well as a university professor, high school math teacher and community sports coach, and an administrator at a large research and development conglomerate. Since 1994, he has dedicated himself to successfully resolving a wide variety of legal issues for people across the Inland Empire.
Our Valuable Staff
Rosa Anaya, Legal Assistant
Rosa Anaya is a Legal Assistant for the Law Offices of Duane P. Booth. She graduated with honors from the University of La Verne, with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a minor in Spanish in 2015. She has been volunteering for elementary schools, during college week to motivate the students to attend and to aspire to achieve higher education. Prior to her graduation she interned at the San Bernardino Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center. There she worked with the intake unit, translating and speaking to clients.
Carol Wood, Paralegal
Carol Wood is a Family Law Paralegal with over 30 years of experience. She is familiar with the procedures, courtrooms and many of the Judges in the San Bernardino and Los Angeles area. Carol graduated magna cum laude from Brigham Young University in 3.5 years with an undergraduate degree and 9 graduate hours in Clinical Psychology. She served a mission for her church in Italy and loves other cultures, peoples, and traditions. Carol Wood was the first woman to organize Zonta International in the State of New Mexico and served as its Charter President. Zonta International, the female equivalent of Rotary, is an executive female service organization which seeks to empower women internationally through service and advocacy. While raising her four children in Glendora, California, Carol Wood also served for two years as the President of the Cheer, Dance, and Flag Booster Club which raised over $30,000/year to support the Glendora High School Cheer Association. Carol Wood loves music, children, and rescuing animals.
Free Probate, Trust, Divorce Consultations & More
Contact us for clear answers from an experienced lawyer to your legal questions. Free initial consultations are available. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with offices in San Bernardino and Glendora. Call to make an appointment.
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