Legal Administrator Danielle Castro
Danielle was born and raised in Petaluma, CA. Danielle obtained her Associates degree in Behavioral Sciences and Child Development from Santa Rosa Junior college in 2013. In 2015, Danielle graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing from Sonoma State University. Until 2022, Danielle worked for financial technology companies in San Francisco, CA. Recently, Danielle discovered her passion for law because she wants to make an impact through serving others in their times of need. Danielle is pursuing a certification in paralegal studies.
Serves the Entire
Parentage refers to who the court will recognize and impose parental obligations on as the child’s legal parent. In some cases, the law presumes that certain individuals are a child’s parents. In other cases, the parent (and in some cases, the child) must seek an order from the court that identifies the child’s legal parents.
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
An individual can seek a domestic violence restraining order against his or her (1) spouse or former spouse, (2) cohabitant or former cohabitant, (3) a person with whom he or she is having, or has had, a dating or engagement relationship, (4) a person with whom he or she has had a child, or (5) close relative such as a child, sibling, parent, in-law or grandparent.