Lori Darakjian, Of Counsel

Lori combines experience and education in both psychology and law to provide outstanding legal services relating to family law matters. Lori received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology with a Minor in Education from the University of California Los Angeles, from where she graduated with honors. Lori is a 2007 graduate of Pepperdine School of Law, where she also obtained a Certificate from the Straus Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution. While at Pepperdine, Lori clerked for both the YWCA Domestic Violence Project and the Legal Aid Clinic of the Union Rescue Mission.

Lori works diligently to provide high-level legal analysis to resolve any and all family law issues including: divorce/dissolution; child custody; child support; spousal support; characterization and division of property; domestic violence; relocation; pre- and post-nuptial agreements; and international custody disputes.

Lori has dedicated much of her time to volunteer work, including mentoring a child through the Gen Next program of the Armenian General Benevolent Union. Lori is fluent in Armenian and well versed in conversational Spanish.