Dealing with family law matters or bankruptcy can cause intense emotional stress — as well as have a profound effect on your entire life. In these circumstances, it is vital to have an experienced legal advocate on your side for sound advice, guidance and representation.
Trust your case to me, Cathay Fulton Ericksen, and the Ericksen Law Office. Since 1992, I have been practicing law in San Jose, California, assisting individuals and families in the surrounding areas with their legal concerns. My practice includes a range of legal matters, including:
- Family law — including divorce, custody disputes, support and prenuptial agreements
- Bankruptcy — including Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy and lien or mortgage "stripping"
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Small-business legal concerns
Personal Attention | Cost-Effective Representation | Customized Solutions
Clients of Ericksen Law Office deal directly with me at all times — you will not be passed onto a paralegal or less experienced attorney. I will take the time to meet with you and explain your rights and options and various steps of the legal process. I respond promptly to calls, texts and emails and will take the time to address your questions and concerns throughout the legal process.
My ultimate goal is to provide every client with the personal attention and custom-tailored solutions they deserve, while keeping legal fees affordable. I care about my clients and want them to obtain the best possible results for a positive future.
Contact Ericksen Law Office
Discuss your case with an experienced San Jose lawyer for divorce, family law, bankruptcy and other legal needs. Contact me at 408-287-7717 or by email for a free initial consultation. My office hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. I understand schedules can become hectic, so I offer after-hours and weekend appointments upon request. In emergency situations, I am available after hours as well. Spanish interpreters are also available upon request.
I am a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.