Dominique Elvira Banos is the principal/managing attorney of Dominique Banos Law Offices and CEO/President of DBLO Inc. Ms. Banos is a proud Southern California native from Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley. She received her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School, with a concentration in criminal law and received her Bachelors of Arts degree in History, from California State University of Northridge, where she focused on: 16th and 17th Century Western European, American, Latin American and Mexico History. While attending California State University of Northridge, Ms. Banos participated in a National Student Exchange Program where she had the opportunity to attend City University of New York's Hunter College, in Manhattan.

          Ms. Banos is passionate about equality and fairness in law and business. She is a fearless advocate for those who are unable to advocate for themselves, crediting her vast knowledge and experience in law to the time she spent as a certified law clerk with the Orange County District Attorneys Office's Major Fraud Unit, and the many years spent working with prominent defense attorneys in Los Angeles and San Diego Counties. 


Whittier Law School, Juris Doctor

California State University of Northridge, BA History

City University of New York, Hunter College​​


State Bar of California 

United States District Court for the Central District​​


Los Angeles County Bar Association

Latina Lawyers Bar Association

John M. Langston Bar Association

Orange County Hispanic Bar Association

Boys & Girls Club of Metro Los Angeles

​     Joyce I. Valenzuela is the founder of Joyce Valenzuela Law Offices. She is a solo practitioner who works with other fellow like minded attorneys to passionately strive for justice and fairness of our judicial system. 
           Ms. Valenzuela earned her Bachelor's Degree from California State University Fullerton, with a double major in Criminal Justice and Political Science. She then continued her education and successfully obtained her law degree with concentrations in Civil Litigation and Criminal Law from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. 
           Throughout her legal career, Ms. Valenzuela has successfully represented clients in state and federal court. Her experience includes serving as a law clerk for the Orange County District Attorney's Office and Los Angeles County District Attorneys' Office as well as working in private practice in civil litigation and criminal law matters.
           Ms. Valenzuela is licensed by the State Bar of California the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and qualified to appear in any Immigration Court in the United States. 

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             Paris S. Page is the founder of Page Law representing clients in Personal Injury and Worker's Compensation/ Paris is an experienced litigator who represents clients in all phases of negotiation and trial. 

Paris was born ins Los Angeles, CA. Prior to law school Paris obtained her real estate license in California and received her B.A. in Political Science from California State University, Long Beach. While studying at California State University Long Beach, Paris was a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, and served as an editor for the Law Journal review. Paris then went to attend Whittier Law School where she received best closing argument on the Trial Advocacy Honors Board and was a Moot Court Susan G. McGuigan Oral Advocacy Competition Finalist. 

              Paris has experience working both the Applicant's and Defense side of Worker's Compensation and Personal Injury. After working for a major defense firm Paris started her own practice specializing in Personal Injury and Workers Compensation. Paris takes pride and joy in helping her clients that have been injured at work due to someone's negligence. 

Joyce I. Valenzuela, Esq. 
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