Christie Mulligan is a Managing Divorce & Family Law attorney with Moshtael Family Law. She specializes in all major areas of family law, including divorce, divorce settlement, spousal support, annulments, child support, child custody, domestic violence, prenuptial agreements, visitation rights, property division, hidden assets, and restraining orders.
Experience in Family Law Practice
Southern California native Christie began her legal career as a criminal prosecutor at Shasta County DA’s Office, after obtaining her JD in 2001 from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. She started practicing family law in 2005 and has exclusively focused on this area of law ever since.
Christie is recognized for her skills as a litigator and her robust advocacy for her clients. She is empathetic and compassionate towards her clients and fights to protect their interests. She believes that divorce is a difficult situation for any individual, but having the right legal counsel can make all the difference during this trying time.
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