Staff Santa Barbara Divorce Law Attorney

Staff for Santa Barbara Family Law Attorney, Marcus Morales

Judy Hernandez

Staff Santa Barbara Family Law Attorney Judy Hernandez

Judy Hernandez graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in communications from UCSB. Judy is currently studying at the Santa Barbara College of Law, where she is at the top of her class, and will be taking the bar exam summer of 2019. Judy has prior law office experience which she uses to effectively identify and solve legal issues.

Judy has a passion for helping people in the divorce and custody process. She enjoys working with clients and attorneys to ensure a great result is obtained for our clients. Judy enjoys an active lifestyle and living in Santa Barbara.

Jackie Burton

Staff Santa Barbara Family Law Attorney

Jackie graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Los Angeles. Jackie uses her education in criminal justice, combined with her passion for investigation and research, to help find difficult information in divorce and child custody cases. She moved to Santa Barbara to seek new opportunities in the legal arena.

Jackie believes it is important to help individuals going through divorce and enjoys helping people find new, exciting lives. She is growing in her knowledge of the law and enhancing her skills to better serve clients in the law firm. During her free time Jackie volunteers as a mentor for the youth at the Santa Barbara Church of Christ. She also enjoys taking dance classes and walks on the beach.

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Mr. Morales was professional, courteous and fought hard for my family in my divorce case. He did not back down from any challenges. He stood up to the other attorney. When he is in court, he made my complicated divorce seem simple to the judge. The judge ended up ruling in our favor. Mr. Morales fights hard, is knowledgeable and will got the job done!

Featured Article

Bitcoin and Divorce - Cryptocurrency Is the New Frontier For Divorce Cases, And Some Lawyers Are Crypto Ignorant

By Marcus Morales on Feb 13, 2018 in Featured Articles, Articles, Business Valuation, Child Support, Divorce, Prenuptial Agreements, Property Division, Spousal Support

When looking over bank statements and financial records the past couple of years in California divorce cases, we have noticed a couple of key words popping up in regards to cryptocurrency which signals red flags. One term is "coinbase". Coinbase is a digital exchange and wallet where cryptocurrency can be stored, purchased, sold and received. Think of coinbase like an online bank for cryptocurrencies.


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