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La Quinta Law Group - La Quinta, CA

(Plaza at Point Happy), 78370 Highway 111, Suite 230La Quinta, CA 92253

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Updated: 04/19/2018

La Quinta Family Law Firm

Overview

I am family law and criminal defense attorney Timothy L. Ewanyshyn, founder of La Quinta Law Group in La Quinta, California. Empowering and educating my clients is one my main goals. Understanding the law is the first step toward having power under the law.

I believe in taking the time to educate my clients about their options, the likelihood of those options succeeding and the impact their decisions are most likely to have on the outcome of their case. An empowered and educated...

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