Anie N. Akbarian, Attorney
The Law Offices of Anie N. Akbarian was established in January of 1998 in Glendale, California. We have offices in Glendale and Encino, California. Our practice has expanded to serve the entire Los Angeles County, Antelope Valley, Riverside San Bernardino County and Fresno County. We represent clients in Personal Injury and Family Law related matters. We understand the dynamics of the emotional hardship involved in a personal injury case and divorce proceedings and how they can effect our client's quality of life. It is our job to help our clients to bring balance back to their lives and protect their legal rights and interests. Anie N. Akbarian is an experienced, capable and dedicated trial attorney who is committed to providing exceptional legal representation to all of her clients by being accessible, offering a clear and understandable road map to her clients' complex legal issues, and delivering the highest value for dollars spent.
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100 N. Brand Blvd., Suite 606
Glendale, CA 91203
Encino Office (Satellite):
16133 Ventura Blvd., 7th Floor
Encino, CA 91436
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