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Charles Spears graduated from the Santa Clara University School of Law (Santa Clara, CA), receiving a Juris Doctorate degree in 1979. He was admiited to practice to all courts in California in that year and to all courts in Nevada in 1980. His undergraduate work was at Claremont McKenna College and the University of California, where he received a B.S. in Philosophy.
His early career was in the Silicon Valley area of California and Nevada where he was a partner in the Spears & McPherson Law Firm. In 1995 he relocated to San Diego County as a sole practitioner with his office in the seaside community of Del Mar.
His business practice includes the representation of clients throughout the west coast who have business interests in California or Nevada. He has also represented clients in Texas and Tennessee in the casino gaming industry.
His family law practice extends to all San Diego County courts for matters involving divorce, child custody, spousal cupport, child support and property division. He regularly has family law cases in Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. He does not practice family law in Nevada.
RECENT CASE RESULTS
Multi-million dollar divorce recovery in disputed separate
Quick settlement for a new automobile purchaser whose purchase was mishandled by a San Diego dealership.
Successful settlement for a female employee who was mistreated by a former San Diego politician.
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CHARLES S. SPEARS
“He is knowledgeable, aggressive and very experienced in family law, and he works really hard for his clients...”
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THINGS THAT REALLY MATTER
When facing divorce, different things matter. If you are a parent, you know children matter most. In all divorces the goal should be to resolve things amicably, quickly, fairly and inexpensively. The two of you loved each other once and should be able to negotiate your divorce with the help of an attorney. Divorces don't have to end up in trial. But if your 'other' won't cooperate, or you just can't agree, your attorney will protect your interests in court.
In business transactions it is all about balance. One goal is to protect client and customer relationships. Longlasting relationships are the best. Good relationships with vendors and employees are also a must. On the other hand, your business has to be prepared to deal with adversity when it happens. It seems there is always someone seeking to take advantage. Striking that balance is easiest with the help of a good attorney at your side.
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