KJK Law Firm


KJK Law Firm

Divorce & Family Law, Family Law,

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Kerry J. Kunz

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Divorce, Child Support, Guardianships & Conservatorships, Divorce & Family Law

With more than 20 years of experience, attorney Kerry J. Kunz at KJK Law Firm provides skilled, efficient and compassionate legal counsel to clients. ... (more)

"Well I own a company that was being sued and I truly believed I was in the right I did hire Samir B Dahman best decision I have ever made he was able to get the case dropped in three days he is very attentive and cares about you I have had lawyers in the past they just want your money and tell you what they thinks best for you he does not do that he is very genuine and listens, I will be using them again and highly recommend him to anyone."

  2 years ago     ted parker

"Exceptional professionals, knowledgeable, ethical and prompt. I would highly recommend this firm. We knew nothing about the legal system and found them to be helpful and willing to explain the entire process. Would definitely use again."

  3 years ago     Jennifer Sheba

"The attorney I worked with, Samir Dahman, and his assistant, Aaron Burnside, were both extremely attentive, knowledgeable, and swift with communication for any and every question I had during the 4 months of my legal process. They truly cared about assisting me by any means necessary, even if that meant getting little to no sleep researching and preparing my case for the eventual landslide win. A $0 result from mediation and no further damages. I couldn't have imagined a more favorable outcome, all resulting from Samir and Aaron's hard work and dedication to me and my case."

  3 years ago     Edward Southworth

KJK Law Firm
1611 S Street
Sacramento, CA 95811


1611 S Street
Sacramento, CA 95811

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