311 California Street
San Francisco, California 94104
Telephone: (415) 738-5544
Facsimile: (415) 738-5557
Firm: Law Offices of Sarah Clark
The Law Office of Sarah Clark specializes in family law including dissolution of marriage (divorce) or domestic partnership, child custody and support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements as well as bad faith insurance. To achieve the very best outcomes for our clients we apply a confidential, comprehensive and empathetic approach in advising what options are available for each person. We realize that no two situations are alike and we are committed to negotiating or litigating your case to achieve your goals. Our office is focused on providing exceptional legal representation at reasonable rates. We represent clients throughout the Bay Area and the state of California.
Sarah received her B.S. degree from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ with a double major in Administration of Justice and Art History and a minor in Criminology. While attending college Sarah interned for the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) working closely with the NGO Commission of Southern Africa. Sarah regularly attended discussion meetings for the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the United Nations in New York on behalf of the NGO Commission. She compiled various news articles for publication in the IADL newsletter about current developments in the ICC and human rights violations in Africa.
After college, Sarah took a position at the Ogburn Law Office in Santa Ana, CA as a legal assistant. Here, she learned the practical application of law and the inner workings of family law, real estate and business litigation.
Sarah received her J.D. degree from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, CA. Throughout law school Sarah excelled in writing and received he CALI Award for Future Excellence in both Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy and The Scribes American Society of Legal Writers Award. Sarah pursued her interests in travel and art while studying in Florence, Italy taking courses in International and Comparative Family Law and International Law and the Arts. Sarah also worked as a law clerk for the Alameda County Public Defender â€“ Child Dependency Unit where she gained valuable experience into the child dependency court system. She also obtained a rewarding clerkship at the Law Office of Joe Creitz doing health care related research and writing.
After law school, Sarah took a position as a graduate research fellow at Golden Gate University School of Law conducting research for a study on newly passed disability legislation. Currently, Sarah practices both family law and bad faith insurance claims.
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