David Pisarra, Esq., practices Family Law in California. His primary counties of practice are Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside and San Diego. Located in Santa Monica, on the west side of Los Angeles, and adjacent to Venice, Culver City, Palms, Pacific Palisades, Mr. Pisarra is a regular in the Santa Monica and Los Angeles Superior courts. He handles Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Paternity, Spousal Support and Parental Alienation cases. He represents clients in Order to Show Cause hearings, and trials.

He has represented clients in California courts from across the country and around the globe. Clients call him from the beautiful sands of Malibu to the redwoods of northern California, from the white sands of Florida to the rocky Maine Coast. His experience in the courts of California have taken him from San Diego to San Francisco.

You can reach Mr. Pisarra by email at: DAVID@MensFamilyLaw.Com or by telephone at 310/664-9969.

  1. enjoy what you are doing here. I’m doing the same thing for NYC area.

    best of luck

  2. Very nice blog David, I have it up on the favorites for easy access.

    Take care!

    -David F. Gonzalez

  3. Hi David, I just read your article The Unsexy Cancer. I was just recently hired by the Prostate cancer Foundation as the Director of the Athletes for a Cure Program. I would like to touch base with you to see how we could partner with Single dad. Please contact me at your convenience.

    David Deschenes
    Managing Director – Athletes for a Cure
    Prostate Cancer Foundation
    1250 Fourth Street
    Santa Monica, CA 90401
    Tel – 310-570-4724
    Cel – 727-385-5611

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