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Mansouri Law Offices

350 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 330Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Updated: 11/18/2017

Overview

Welcome to the Mansouri Law Offices, a full-service family law and civil litigation firm. Our goal is to provide families and individuals efficient, compassionate and aggressive representation.

The Firm's senior attorney, Pedram Mansouri, Esq., is a committed advocate of families and children and has been successful handling custody disputes, dissolutions, move-away proceedings, restraining orders, and child support hearings. There is no form of family law dispute that the Firm has...

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Office Info

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Berenji & Mansouri

Practice Areas

  • Family Law

People

Attorneys

Staff

  • Wendy Carrillo, Paralegal

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

350 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 330Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Fax

  • 310-277-8500

Email

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