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Robert R. BeauchampAttorney

Mr. Beauchamp is rated preeminent (av) by fellow attorneys on Martindale Hubbell and preeminent by clients on His unique combination of experience and expertise enables him to provide unparalleled legal representation in divorce, property, custody, support, domestic violence and abuse in their myriad of forms.

His Practice Specializes In:

Family Law
Real Estate Law
Business and Corporations
Estates and Trusts

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Educational / Professional Info:

Robert Beauchamp graduated from the University of Southern California School Of Law. He was admitted to the California Bar Association in 1987, in California, U.S. District Court, Central District of California and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

Robert speaks both English and Spanish, and was formerly a member of the Madera County Sheriff's Office and Madera Police Dept.

Case Information:

Talbott v. Hustwitt, 78 Cal.Rptr.3d 703 (2008) (Successfully represented secured lender at trial and on appeal in action to enforce a personal guaranty following foreclosure under deed of trust on real property);

Roth v. Rhodes, 30 Cal.Rptr.2d 706 (1994) (successfully represented owner of medical buildings in Newport Beach on appeal following summary judgment in suit by podiatrist claiming our client's refusal to lease medical office space to him because of his profession constituted a violation of California's Unruh Civil Rights Act Cal. codified in Civil Code Section 51, et seq.).

Attorney Biography

Order of the Coif. Legion Lex Scholar. Publications Editor, 1986-1987 and Member, 1985-1986, Southern California Law Review. Author: "Shed Thou No Blood, The Forcible Removal Of Blood Evidence From Drunk Driving Suspects," 60 Southern California Law Review 1115, 1987, cited by Supreme Court of Wisconsin, State of Wisconsin v. Bohling, 173 Wis.2d 529 (1993); U.S. Ninth Circuit, Hammer v. Gross, 884 F.2d 1200 (9th Cir. 1989), Arizona Court of Appeals, State v. Clary, 196 Ariz. 610, 617, 2 P.3d 1255, 1262 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2000) (Fidel, P.J., dissenting); 3 Search & Seizure § 5.3 (4th ed.); E. John Wherry, Jr., Vampire or Dinosaur: A Time to Revisit Schmerber v. California?, 19 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 503, 506, 530 (1996); Tina Wescott Cafaro, Fixing the Fatal Flaws in Oui Implied Consent Laws, 34 J. Legis. 99, 110 (2008); Kyle T. MacDonald, Does the End Justify the Means? The Clumsy and Circuitous Logic of Blood Test Admissibility in Criminal Prosecutions in State v. Cormier, 61 Me. L. Rev. 241, 260 (2009).

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Robert Beauchamp celebrates his 23rd year practicing family law. He specializes in divorces, custody disputes, collaborative law, and guardianships. He currently has offices in the Mission Viejo Area.

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