Racquelle VasquezAttorney at Law
For Racquelle Vasquez, the most efficient way to approach a case is first to understand the client’s goals and then work proactively to reach those goals. Since litigation can be strenuous and affect one’s mental state, she always strives to settle peacefully and reasonably to protect the client’s mental health. However, in some cases achieving peaceful mediation is impractical, and therefore, she advocates aggressively and respectfully to reach a resolution.
Her strength is that she is empathetic to the effects that family law may cause, as each client has different life circumstances, to proactively push a case forward to resolution, and be thorough, leaving “no stone left unturned.” Before law school, Racquelle was a fellow at the self-help center at Norwalk Superior Court in Los Angeles County, helping self-represented litigants navigate their issues under family law and unlawful detainers. That experience solidified her passion for family law and helping and educating individuals in need each step of the way.
Outside of work, Racquelle enjoys listening to live music, hiking, fellowshipping with friends and family, and finding new and creative ways to stay active.
California State Long Beach (Undergrad)
Western State College of Law