January 23, 2015
Noon – 1:00 pm
Irvine, CA 92618
In The Reels Room
Presented by Faith Nouri
QDR Services is proud to host MCLE seminars each month.
Our Featured Guest Speaker this month is Faith Nouri. Ms. Nouri is not only an attorney at law in California but is a Barrister & Solicitor in British Columbia, Canada.
Ms. Nouri is Certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization. She completed her Mediation training from Pepperdine University, Strauss Institute Dispute Resolution (which has been ranked the number one program by U.S. News and World Report for the fourth consecutive year).
Additionally, Ms. Nouri has received training in Collaborative Law from the Collaborative Divorce Team Training by the Collaborative Divorce Institute of Phoenix, Arizona. One of the most recognized Institutes for Collaborative Law.
Sole practitioner focusing in the areas of Immigration and Family Law in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and throughout Southern California.
Ms. Nouri litigated numerous family law (dissolution of marriage) cases including notice of motions, default hearings and trials ranging from child custody, support, breach of fiduciary duty, contempt, division of assets, annulment trials, paternity, move away as well as Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction cases, independent adoptions, enforcement of judgments and domestic violence resolutions. As a community service volunteer, she dealt with over 1000 family law, domestic violence, civil restraining order and traffic cases at the Los Angeles County Superior Courts.
Ms. Nouri handled numerous immigration and citizenship cases, ranging from deportation hearings, motions to re-open and re-consider, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, consular processing, family and employment based petitions, US and Canada investors/entrepreneurs residencies, applications for waivers, Canadian criminal rehabilitations, Canadian and US inadmissibility at the border crossings, Habeas Corpus Petitions at the Central District Court of California, correcting and disputing border records, and releases from immigration detention.