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Attorney Jeralyn C. Ehlers is a Certified Family Law Specialist (CFLS) by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.
Helping You Plan A Bright Future For You And Your Family
Jeralyn C. Ehlers, CFLS, offers experienced, empathetic legal guidance in family law and estate planning matters. It is the goal of the Law Office of Jeralyn C. Ehlers to provide individualized advice based on each client’s needs.
Jeralyn C. Ehlers, CFLS, understands that families are always changing, and some of these changes can be painful or unexpected. Therefore, she approaches her work with patience and compassion and is committed to helping each client understand his or her options and make informed decisions with confidence.
Ms. Ehlers is a certified family law specialist, certified by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization. This designation is testament to her dedication to continued professional develop in the field of family law. Her expertise in her field allows her to best help her clients achieve the outcome they are seeking, whether it’s a dissolution of marriage, modifying a child custody arrangement or other family law matter.
Jeralyn C. Ehlers, CFLS, has been helping families with their legal issues for more than 20 years in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties.
Our Practice Areas
Family Law And Divorce
More Than 17 Years Of Experience In Family Law And Estate Planning
In addition to her family law services, Ms. Ehlers also has significant experience in the area of estate planning. She will help you create a will, trust or other related estate planning instruments in order to help you achieve the peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that your affairs are in order no matter what unexpected events come up.
Occasionally, the situation arises when a change in marital status might necessitate an update to or creation of an estate plan. Ms. Ehlers has the unique experience to assist you in both matters, eliminating the need for a referral to another attorney.
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Jeralyn C. Ehlers, CFLS