Natalie Hollis earned her J.D. from Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law and subsequently passed the bar exam on her first attempt. While at Chapman, Ms. Hollis was elected by her peers all three years to represent them as Student Bar Association Class Representative and was an active member of the Public Interest Law Foundation. She also earned two Witkin Awards for achieving the highest-class grade in Trial Practice, and Wills and Trusts Lab. Ms. Hollis began working in family law during her second year at Chapman, at a firm in Costa Mesa, California that specialized in high-profile clients and high-asset dissolution.
Born and raised in Southern California, Ms. Hollis grew up in a household that has dedicated their careers to public service and is devoted to helping others. While she has known that she was destined to be an attorney since she was a child, her passion for family law and domestic violence victims was ignited during her junior year of college at California Baptist University when she interned at the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office as a Victim Advocate. During her undergraduate years at California Baptist University, she was a member and co-captain of the Speech and Debate Team where she first began to perfect her public speaking skills for the courtroom.
Ms. Hollis dedicates her practice solely to Family Law and has experience in issues arising in all areas of family law including prenuptial agreements, dissolution, child custody and visitation, spousal support, child support, and property division. She recognizes the importance of working toward viable solutions for all of her clients. She works with each client to develop a strategy that delivers the best possible solution and outcome.
In her spare time, you can find her working out, wine tasting in Temecula, enjoying a country concert, or out and about with her miniature pinscher.
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