A certified paralegal since 1978, specializing in family law since 1979, Susie Stroll has the ability to manage any complex family law case. Her thorough knowledge of family law issues enables her to effectively assist with interviewing clients, developing case strategies, and drafting pleadings, including arbitration briefs, status conference/mandatory settlement conference briefs, trial briefs, requests for orders, and judgments. Ms. Stroll also has extensive experience preparing for hearings and trials, including lengthy trials of large, complex cases.

Her substantial background as a paralegal in family law cases provides support to the firm’s attorneys in part by combing through and meticulously analyzing documents that are critical to trial strategy.

Susie previously volunteered with the Domestic Violence Project in Department 8 of the Los Angeles Superior Court, where she assisted pro per litigants prepare requests for domestic violence temporary restraining orders (“DV TROs”). She has also served as a volunteer for the San Fernando Valley Legal Services Domestic Violence section, where she prepared DV TROs and dissolution filings at various Los Angeles Superior Court locations. Additionally, she has volunteered for the Probate Conservatorship/Guardianship Project at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, where she assisted self-represented litigants obtain guardianships and conservatorships.

Susie also teaches photography at colleges in Southern California, and is currently working toward an M.A. in Art History (emphasis Mesoamerica) at California State University, Los Angeles.

Susie is currently working on a M.A. in Art History with an emphasis in Mesoamerican Art from California State University, Los Angeles, with expected graduation in Fall 2016.