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Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC

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12220 El Camino Real, San Diego, California, USA
Areas of expertise: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce & Family Law, Divorce Law, Fathers Rights
31 years in practice
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About Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC

At Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC, our San Diego divorce lawyers understand you are going through some of the most difficult times in your life. Our goal is to simplify the divorce process in every way we can and to deliver the exceptional service our clients need to successfully move forward.

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Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC Areas Of Practice

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Pat Connolly

To say that I am disgusted with the actions of my attorney Julie Westerman would be an understatement. Please keep in mind that this has nothing to do with the fact that I lost my case trying to protect my son from a verbal and physically abusive alcoholic. The reason I am so upset and frustrated is because Julie did not do her job. In addition to the response time being extremely slow if at all. I spent a lot of time writing my initial declaration along with a follow up to my ex's statement. In great detail, explaining that my son was scared of this person and was upset. Essentially, I was asking for one of two things. I was asking that my exes boyfriend not be in my son's presence during her custody time or I was asking for more time to minimize my son's exposure to this toxic man. The whole entire purpose of going to court was this material fact. The week before the case Julie and I had a conversation. And during that conversation, it sounded like she was in her car doing two or three other things, and not really paying attention to the conversation because the thing she was talking about did not make sense. I was not asking for more custody for the sake of just having more custody. And I said that to Julie. I said this Has to do with this guy being verbally abusive to my son, and it scares him and his mother. So I re-emphasize everything and I thought we were on the same page. On the day of our court case she showed up late. And while she was talking to opposing counsel, I was able to listen and she was talking about what her husband likes to drink when they go out. And I felt that that kind of conversation before we walked into court was completely improper because it had nothing to do with what was currently going on. And because of that conversation with opposing counsel, I had no time to speak to my attorney before we even walked in the court. Then, when we got to ​the courtroom, my attorney completely went off script, and made no mention of the man that was verbally abusing my son, and turned the whole thing into me, just wanting to have more time. And when opposing counsel was telling the judge that there's no evidence of any violence in their house, I was writing on a piece of paper, telling my attorney that she just contradicted what family court services had written after interviewing my son. And she ​p​ushed the piece of paper back to me, and made no mention of what FCS ​s​aid. Please understand that this has nothing to do with me losing. This Has to do with Julie Westerman not doing any research, not listening to me, and just doing what she felt which again does not make any sense because the whole reason we were doing this was to try to remove my ex​'​s boyfriend from being around my son. When I left court, that day, I felt sick, I felt frustrated, I felt upset, and worst of all I felt betrayed! My attorney literally did nothing! She stuttered and stammered her way through the statement she made to the judge, while her hands were shaking, and made no reference to any portion of my declaration or response that I took so long to write. To me, this is literally a bad dream! That I spent all this money for her to just Sit there (that's right, she didn't even stand for the judge!) and make a nonsensical argument as to why I was looking for more custody to have the judge. Just say we're gonna keep everything the way it is. I have documented this information to the California Bar as a formal complaint against Julie Westerman from malpractice in my case. And I would encourage anybody else to do the same. I hate having to do this, but the person I I was paying to protect me, and my son betrayed me, and I'm not gonna deal with it. And I'm gonna make sure everybody knows exactly the type of attorney. She is one that does not care because clearly her personal life is more important than her clients.

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Sara Hannan

Perhaps the worst experience I've ever had with any professional service. The attorney I was "assigned" by the partner of the firm was never in the office, available for phone calls and rarely followed up on any aspect of my case without my initiation and prodding. In the 9 months I worked with her, I had 1 ZOOM call with her, in the beginning of my case. That was it. I brought the issues to the partner which seemed to light a fire under my attorney for a minute in which she took more initiative regarding my case but that quickly diminished and I was back to square one. Needless to say, extremely disappointing and costly experience. I highly recommend staying away from this firm altogether.

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Chris Filio

Nobody wants to go to family court. However, thanks to Mr. Jeremy Boyer of Moore, Schulman, & Moore; the experience was better than I could have ever imagined. After our first consultation with Jeremy, we were confident that he would be the perfect attorney for our case. He presented himself professionally, but in a friendly and approachable way. He was well versed in the ways, confident in the courtroom, and let us know exactly what to expect every step of the way. The experience of family court can be very stressful, but if you go with the Attorneys of Moore, Schulman, & Moore; you will get the best possible outcome and experience.

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Lettie Torres Rios

Kevin Polis and his staff were phenomenal! I highly recommend this firm. 2019 was a very stressful time for my daughter and I. Dealing with a custody fight. I reached out to Kevin right before thanksgiving that year, I explained my situation and how the other party had no relation with my daughter. I went on to explain to him how much of a narcissist and manipulative he was. Kevin reassured me that he would fight for what is best for the child. It was a 2yr fight I am thankful that my cousin Wendy referred me to Kevin. Kevin doesn’t play no games!! He really does get the job done Thank you all that have helped me and worked with me for the last 2yrs. -Lettie TR

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Shawna

Mr. Jeremy Boyer recently represented me during a lengthy divorce, during which I lived out of state. He and his team were extremely professional, communicative, and available. He definitely provided valuable insight into the process and proceedings, and always acted and advised in my best interest. He took a "no nonsense" approach and was refreshingly direct. He made a very stressful and worrisome situation much easier to deal with, with a more than acceptable resolution. He even took the time to send a quick email to me after immediately following court proceedings that I did not attend, which was greatly appreciated. I think he understood that being out of state added additional stress in my waiting. Additionally, his confidence and in depth knowledge of the law inside and out was very comforting throughout the process. The team was 100% prepared, with accurate and detailed documents at all times. Very impressive. Also, it was nice to see his great sense of humor during the "wait time" at court. :) I would recommend this team whole-heartedly - if you're local or not!

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Jeff B.

I was referred to MSM Family Law through a work-supported program (Concern:EAP), and though no one chooses to go through the painful process a divorce...

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Tina C.

This firm was recommended by my EAP through public education. They overbilled me to the point of almost bankruptcy. They took everything from me! I had to...

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Vanessa G.

If I could give half of star to this firm, I would without hesitation. Mr. Boyer was my husband's attorney in his annulment and child support case with his...

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12220 El Camino Real, San Diego, California, USA
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Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC located?

Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC is located at 12220 El Camino Real, San Diego, California, USA.

What are Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC areas of expertise?

Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC areas of expertise are: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce & Family Law, Divorce Law, Fathers Rights, Military Divorce, Same-Sex Divorce.

How many years is Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC in practice?

Moore, Schulman & Moore, APC is in practice for 31 years.

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