David K. Yamamoto

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Areas of Practice 1) Family Law, 2) Collaborative Divorce, 3) Child Custody, 4) Child Support, 5) Visitation Rights, 6) Premarital Agreements, 7) Domestic Violence, 8) Marital Property Distribution, 9) Post Divorce Modification, 10) Mediation, 11) Guardianship, 12) Spousal Support and 13) Same Sex Marriage
Education Harbor College (A.S., 1980)
Most recent firm Law Offices of David K. Yamamoto, A Professional Corporation
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