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Lawyer Overview for Whittier

Population:
85,300+
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Number of active lawyers:
100+
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California Bar Association:
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Featured Lawyers in Whittier

Hanning & Sacchetto, LLP

13 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Personal Injury
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Law Office Of Thomas V. Perea, P.C.

33 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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The Law Offices Of Alex M. Moisa

29 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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Law Offices Of Tomas Requejo

28 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, DUI Law, Personal Injury
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Topalian & Associates

17 years in practice
Divorce & Family Law
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Chen Law Group

12 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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About Whittier, California

Manuel Nieto was a former captain who had served in the Portola Expedition. In 1784, the King of Spain granted him 300,000 acres. California's land grant spanned from the hills north to Whittier to the ocean, as well as from the Santa Ana River to the San Gabriel River. Mexico, which had gained political independence from Spain by 1822, recalls the Spanish-appointed Governor from Alta California. It then appoints its own. Mexico began to "secularize the missions" in 1834 and gave land grants to individual ranchers. Juan Crispin Perez was granted Rancho Paso de Bartolo land in 1835. The land had originally belonged to San Gabriel Mission. Perez sold five parcels from the Paso de Bartolo land eventually to Pio de Jesus Pico. Pio de Jessica Pico was a ranchero who served as Governor once before becoming the last Mexican-appointed Governor in California. Pico Pico constructed his home east of the San Gabriel River and South of Whittier Boulevard. This is now the Pio Pico State Historic Park. The Park was reopened in September 2003 after extensive renovations. Find out more about Pio Pico Adobe Gardens.

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