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differently Unlike any attorney you’ve ever met?

My job is not complete unless and until you agree that your experience with me was unlike the attorney experience you ever expected and better than you could have imagined. I don’t think it has to be difficult, intimidating, or frustrating to see and work with an attorney, so I do all that I can to make it as easy and painless as possible. These are the reasons why I do things a little differently, and why my focus is on how I can help each of my clients with their individual concerns in a way that is convenient and comfortable for them.

You can reach me at 925.307.6543 or cmm@McPhersonLawGroup.com.

Hi there! I’m Christina McPherson, & I’m the owner of the firm. It’s been mine since 2009, & I’ve been lawyering since 2000. I’ve been preparing estate plans and living trusts since 2005.

(me and my firm formerly practiced family law – assistance with divorce, for example – until 2020 – when I closed that area of practice)

More formal info:

Christina continues the McPherson family tradition, helping Bay Area families withPic from FB divorce & estate planning since the early 1950s, when her father opened up his law firm in Fairfield, California. She has been practicing family law since 2002, when she joined her father’s practice and estate planning since 2005. She is a graduate of UCSB with her BA and UC Hastings School of the Law with her JD. She has her MBA from Michigan State University and her MA in psychology from the University of the Rockies.

Ready to get more specific information?  You can reach me at 925.307.6543 or cmm@McPhersonLawGroup.com.

The information contained on this site is not intended as legal advice. You should consult qualified legal counsel before acting on any information on this site. Christina McPherson and the attorneys of McPherson Law Group are only licensed to practice law in the State of California, and will not advise anyone on the laws of any other state. If you choose to send an email to our firm, please do not include any confidential or sensitive information. The law firm has no duty to keep confidential the information you may transmit, and your email will not form an attorney-client relationship. If you choose to subscribe to our newsletter, that will not form an attorney-client relationship, and we will have no affirmative duty to advise you of changes in California or federal law.
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