Kristen Przeklasa is a licensed attorney in California. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of California, San Diego with majors in both Political Science and Communications. She was awarded a full academic Dean's Scholarship to attend Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, where she received her Juris Doctorate.
While attending Loyola Law School, Kristen interned for a Family Law Judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court where she observed court proceedings and reviewed case files. She also interned for the Public Counsel Adoptions Project, assisting foster parents with the adoption of their foster children.
Upon her graduation from law school, Kristen began exclusively practicing Family Law. After eleven years of practice, Kristen became a founding partner of OC Child and Family Formation Law Group, LLP.
Kristen practices in all areas of children and family law with a major focus on children's issues, minor's counsel cases, custody matters, mediation, adoptions, surrogacy/ovum donation, and dissolutions. Kristen has first-hand experience of the joys and difficulties of adoptions, as she has assisted her own family members through the process. Kristen especially enjoys being a part of the journey each prospective adoptive parent and intended parent experience in finding and completing their perfect family.
Kristen attributes her dedication to children and families to her own supportive family. As a child, she relocated with her family to Southern California from Chicago, Illinois, where she was born. Kristen is a Chicago Bears fan, enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with her family and friends, and playing with her niece, nephew, and dog.