Fabian C. Serrato, Attorney
Orange County, California, Immigration Law Firm
At the Law Offices of Fabian A. Serrato, in Santa Ana, California, we help people facing legal problems with immigration, criminal, and personal injury issues, in Santa Ana, all of Orange County as well as Los Angeles, and Southern CA. We are bilingual, representing both Spanish and English speakers.
The legal system can be a frightening experience. Are you dealing with the threat of deportation, criminal charges or applying for citizenship? All of our clients gain the benefits of our experience and high rate of success. Have an attorney who is an expert in immigration, criminal defense and personal injury lawsuits guide you through them to a favorable outcome.
We are skilled, determined, and strongly committed to the protection of all of your rights.
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Experienced trial attorney
Mr. Serrato is an expert on immigration, criminal defense and personal injury cases. A proud graduate of the UCLA School of Law, he is a member of the California bar, and practices in the federal courts of southern California.
Among his professional memberships are:
Los Angeles County Bar Association;
Se habla espanol
Consultations and case evaluations for prospective clients are free. Credit cards accepted. Contact us so we can begin the business of helping you in your legal matter.
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Central District of California 1999|
U.S. District Court Southern District of California 2005
U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit 1999
Matter of Avilez 2005
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