Attorney Timothy M. Ghobrial received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Western State College of Law in 2016. Since that day, he has passionately represented clients in their family law cases. Timothy gets to know our clients on a personal level while helping them on their case. He does this to not only build a trusting relationship with each client, but to create a case strategy that will work best for their specific situation. Family law issues are some of the most emotionally charged legal situations people can deal with and Timothy goes to great lengths to ensure his clients are taken care of personally and professionally.
From navigating the complexities of a California divorce to helping create a child custody arrangement that is in a child’s best interests, Timothy ensures the protection of his client’s rights. He is skilled and experienced in all areas of family law and can effectively and efficiently fight for the most positive outcome to a case.
When Timothy is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He is an avid sports enthusiast and a lifelong fan of the Los Angeles Lakers (NBA), Los Angeles Chargers (NFL), Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS), Los Angeles Kings (NHL), and the Los Angeles Rams (NFL).
He is a strong believer that a healthy mind and body are essential for personal success and, as a result, enjoys exercising and eating nutritious foods.
Timothy is heavily involved in his local community and has served as a Christian missionary in Ethiopia. He participates in food drives for the less fortunate across Southern California and helps his church in charity events. In the past, Timothy has coached youth basketball for his church and is heavily involved in helping at-risk youth through the Coptic Orthodox Christian Diocese of Southern California.
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology from the University of California (2010-2013)
- Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the Western State College of Law (2013-2016)
- License to practice law in the state of California (including all state courts, the United States courts for the 9th circuit, the United States Bankruptcy courts, and the United States immigration court)