Santa Ana Law Center Directory
If you are looking for legal representation, contact one of the attorneys at the Santa Ana Law Center. We are Santa Ana’s premier Legal Center, and our lawyers can provide assistance with a wide range of legal matters. Santa Ana Law Center is a directory to independent attorneys and law firms and does not offer legal, or other, services.
Santa Ana Law Center has civil litigators well-versed in the various stages of civil litigation including the investigation of the case, pleadings, and the discovery stage (the gathering of evidence and witness testimonies), pre-trial motions, settlement negotiations and conferences and, if necessary, trial.
Employment laws are those that mediate the relationship between workers, employing entities, trade unions and the government. Collective labour law relates to the tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union. Individual labour law concerns employees’ rights at work also through the contract for work.
Legal expertise in a wide range of immigration representation and issues, including non-immigrant visas, family member immigration, permanent residence and investor visas.
Intellectual property lawyers help clients in many different ways from copyright and trademark protection to licensing, patents and strategic counsel for those who innovate and create.
From unleashed dogs to unsafe drivers and beyond personal injury lawyers can seek damages for pain and suffering, medical expenses and economic damages if you were injured by the negligent and/or otherwise wrongful conduct of an individual, business and/or a government entity.
Real estate law can range form acquisitions of real property to commercial and residential boundary disputes to all areas in between and beyond.
Social Security Law
Social Security attorneys have experience dealing with the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, as a result, are skilled at handling the various issues that may arise throughout the application, hearing and appellate processes.
Tax law relates to the assessment and payment of taxes. Tax laws come from a variety of sources including federal, state and local authorities. Tax law is based on federal and state constitutions, laws and regulations as well as municipal rules and regulations. Tax law involves understanding, implementing and defending the payment or non-payment of taxes.