Sabrina Cronin – Respect, Strength and Compassion

Sabrina was featured in the November issue of Eydis Magazine. From starting The Cronin Law Firm to being the mother of three, learn what drives Sabrina in her day to day life and her work. Read the Article Here Read the entire November issue of Eydis magzine at mymagazinesoakland.com
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The Cronin Law Firm Welcomes New Hires

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Attorney and Founder, Sabrina Shaheen Cronin announced today that Attorney, Monica Rossi Baylis has joined Cronin Law, bringing over two decades of experience to the firm’s ever-growing family law practice. In addition to divorce, child custody and support, adoption, alimony, paternity, and more, her background includes many years of practice in child […]
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Domestic Violence: False Accusations

False accusations of domestic violence are not uncommon. In many cases, accusations are brought forward during a divorce by a spouse to gain leverage for spousal support or child custody. These are serious accusations and can lead to criminal charges. This exact scenario happened to one of our clients recently. Our client had been physically, […]
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Ted Cruz’s Announcement and His History with Immigration Policy

By: Joseph Molina Flynn As with most political elections of late, the question pressing on the minds of immigrants and their advocates is, “What will the next President do about immigration reform?” Current President, Barack Obama, focused both of his campaigns on providing a path to dignity for undocumented immigrants living in the United States.(1) Although […]
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Divorce in the Digital Age

By: Joseph Molina Flynn The times they are a changing. Divorces become less and less traditional every day. Long gone are the days when divorce, by necessity, meant a long and contested process where an entire family’s dirty laundry would be aired out for the world to see. Today, we can rely on amicable divorce […]
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Immigration Reform Update

The Department of Homeland Security will not begin accepting requests for the expansion of DACA tomorrow, February 18, as originally planned. Read Secretary Jeh C. Johnson’s statement regarding the District Court’s ruling on DAPA and DAMA here.
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Historic Immigration Reform

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced a series of ground breaking actions that will have a huge effect on immigration. The primary purpose of these actions is to crack down on illegal immigration at the border, prioritize deporting felons while sparing families, and require certain undocumented immigrants to pass a criminal background check and […]
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