Hedieh Fazeli Joins Child Abuse Prevention Center Board

Anaheim, CA. (September 21, 2017) — The Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center announces the addition of Family Law Attorney Hedieh Fazeli to its Board of Directors.

Hedieh Fazeli is the Founder and President of Fazeli Law Group in Newport Beach, a firm that focuses on family law matters, in addition to being a Minor’s Counsel and certified Mediator.

Hedieh has been in the legal field since 2002, where she began as a paralegal.  Throughout her legal career and prior to starting her own firm, Hedieh worked for some of the top Beverly Hills Family Law firms, focusing on high profile and high asset cases. Hedieh now has cases in majority of the Southern California counties (Orange; Los Angeles; Riverside; San Bernardino; San Diego; Ventura). Hedieh Fazeli attended University of California, Irvine on a full scholarship and earned her Bachelor’s degree prior to earning her law degree.

Hedieh has served on numerous boards in the past, including American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, President of Iranian American Bar Association Los Angeles Chapter, and Chairperson of the National Conference for the Iranian American Bar Association Foundation. Currently, Hedieh serves as a Board Director for the Iranian American Lawyers Association. She also provides legal services through PARS Equality Center and Access California for those who are not able to obtain legal services due to various reasons, such as finances and new immigrates.  Hedieh has a unique passion for protecting and providing a voice for children and allowing their voice to be heard in the legal forum.

“With Hedieh’s tremendous background in understanding families under duress, our board gains an advocate for our important cause.  Family law, the burden of the court system, and the stresses that the families are put under are very important to understand at a board level.  Hedieh will bring that leadership to our cause,” said Child Abuse Prevention Center Executive Director, Scott Trotter.

 


 

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