Sabi Mand
  • Family Law, Divorce
  • California
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Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
I know Mr. Mand professionally for the last 6 years. I'd feel very most comfortable with him to handle my legal problems. I have the honor to work with him, he is a great attorney and model human being.
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Sabi Mand is a zealous advocate for his clients. He works vigorously to provide effective representation and results for his clients. Sabi has worked for several Bay Area law firms handling all aspects of Family Law before starting his own practice. He has also worked as a mediator for over 10 years and helps clients resolve their disputes amicably.
Sabi has volunteered as an attorney for the Alameda County Superior Court, Family Law Division. He has very refined negotiation and interpersonal communication skills. He has been a coach and judge for the UC Hastings negotiation team. In addition, Sabi has had the honor of being a judge for the ABA Law Student Division Negotiation, Mediation, and National Moot Court Competitions.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • Hindi: Spoken, Written
  • Punjabi: Spoken, Written
  • Urdu: Spoken
Professional Experience
Education
University of California - Hastings College of the Law
J.D. (2010) | Law
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Recipient Academic Scholarship
University of California - Berkeley
B.A. (2006) | Political Science
Recipient Full Regents’ Scholarship
Honors: Distinction in General Scholarship.
Professional Associations
Alameda County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services Corporation
Volunteer Attorney
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3 Questions Answered

Q. I'm in desperate need of a pro bono attorney for family law child custody, in Palm Desert CA. Please help.
A: Check with your county bar association if they have a volunteer attorney program where someone might be able to help you.
Q. been legally separated since sept. 28, 2017....suppose to get husbands pension in lew of allimomy.
A: You would probably have to go through QDRO - Qualified Domestic Relations Order. It's a process where you would need a court ordered QDRO and then send it to the pension plan administrator, before they can release the funds. Yes, it's advisable to hire an attorney.
Q. I have a court ordered for spousal support. My X hasn't paid over a year. How do I collect? I don't have $ for attorney.
A: First you need to get a judgment and then there are various ways to collect court ordered spousal support such as wage garnishment, bank account levy, seizing property/assets. You should contact your county bar association and they might have a volunteer attorney program where someone can help you free of cost.
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39510 Paseo Padre Pkwy
Suite 190
Fremont, CA 94538
USA
Telephone: (925) 984-3365
5201 Great America Pkwy
Suite 320
Santa Clara, CA 95054
USA
Telephone: (925) 984-3365