Clarissa Park is a mediator and a family law attorney who is fluent in Korean. She uses her unique background and experience to successfully resolve difficult workplace disputes, business law and family law cases.
Clarissa offers flexible hours including the evenings and the weekends. She also offers one hour free consultation when all parties are present, or a thirty minute free consultation at no charge to each parties.
Clarissa Park has been practicing law in Southern California since 2003, handling divorce, custody, pre-marital and post-marital agreements, spousal and child support, adoptions, separation, paternity, and litigations in business and family law. She was a recipient of the Schumacher Scholarship at Southwestern University, School of Law for all three years. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she worked as a social worker and a therapist. She was also a professional actress/singer/dancer and made appearances in major motions pictures, television and theater.
Clarissa began her mediation practice by serving as a mediator at the Family Law Division of Los Angeles Superior Court and volunteering her services at non-profit organizations – mediated workplace disputes, business law and family law cases.
I am a California licensed attorney with a Masters Degree in Social Work. I provide mediation and facilitation services for people and businesses going through family law issues (such as divorce, custody, reconciliation, inheritance, wills, etc.) or business disputes (breach of contract, partnership dissolution or formation, etc.), and workplace disputes (discrimination claims, race, LGBTQ, employment law). The goal of mediation and facilitation is to resolve these disputes or legal issues out of court, and keep the power of decision solely in the hands of the people and businesses involved.
JURIS DOCTOR DEGREE — Southwestern University, School of Law.
MASTERS DEGREE IN SOCIAL WORK — Loma Linda University.
BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY — University of California, Riverside.
$2,400 Half Day
$4,800 Full Day