Tiffany Gonzalez came to Lonich & Patton, LLP in 2014. She has practiced family law exclusively since 2005. Ms. Gonzalez graduated second in her class from Golden Gate University School of Law. Prior to entering law school, Ms. Gonzalez began her professional career as the business manager of multi-million dollar residential housing communities, an experience that now provides her insight into complex areas of family law, such as business valuations and comprehensive analysis of complex financial data. She is a compassionate and empathetic attorney who believes that open communication, vigorous preparation and a reasonable position are the keys to a positive and desired resolution. She is analytical, organized, and devoted to efficiency and meticulous preparation for all stages of her cases. Ms. Gonzalez has consistently negotiated settlement agreements that have improved her client’s situation, and has successfully litigated her client’s position when negotiation just simply is not possible. She understands that her clients are living through perhaps the most difficult period in their lives, and her goal is to help her client’s navigate through the emotional and sometimes confusing process to bring closure to one chapter of their lives, and to begin another chapter anew.
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- Both of these positions afforded her the invaluable opportunity to observe first-hand the judicial decision-making process, an experience that helps her today to see her own cases from the Judge’s
- Honors: Ms. Gonzalez graduated second in her class from Golden Gate University School of Law. She received the Cali Award in Community Property, and Witkin Awards in Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, and Advanced Legal Writing.
- Activities: She was a Law Review editor, and member of the Moot Court Board. Ms. Gonzalez was also invited to join the Honors Lawyering Program, a unique program for top students at Golden Gate School of Law that afforded her the opportunity for extended full-time externships at both the California Supreme Court, and The State Bar Court of California.