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Chaune' Williams, Attorney at Law
Chaune' Williams

1300 Clay Street, Suite 600
Oakland CA 94612
(510) 225-9300

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Chaune' Williams, Attorney at Law


Please Call: 510-225-9300

Helping people and their families get justice is our primary focus.

Chaune' Williams represents people and families throughout the Bay Area. She is notorious for her aggressive, no nonsense approach to law, as well as, providing justice and equality to those others are not likely to represent. Her firm is run in the same style. Clients needs always come first.

As a people’s lawyer, Chaune' has a heartfelt duty to protect the rights of victims of personal injury, car accidents, domestic violence, pedestrian injuries, slip and fall and wrongful death. She does not represent the insurance industry or big business. Chaune' represents people like you. If you have suffered a legal injustice, don't be victimized twice. Level the playing field. Select an Attorney who will be on your side to help you obtain the fair and reasonable outcome that you deserve.

Chaune' Williams, Esq., understands that suffering an injury or losing a loved one due to the negligence of another can be devastating and causes significant hardship and stress. It is of vital importance to obtain the best legal advice possible. Don't settle for less than you deserve; consult with the right law firm as soon as possible.

You are invited to the law firm for a no-obligation and confidential telephone consultation. Ms. Williams will analyze your case and provide you with sound advice. You will be advised of the most educated and professional course of action.

Please Call: 510-225-9300

Bio

Chaune' Williams began attending law school at John F. Kennedy on January 14, 2002. Ms. Williams did not just simply attend law school. She placed on the Dean's List every year while in law school. She even made the National Dean's list during the 2003-2004 school year.

Ms. Williams interned at the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and the Office of County Counsel for Alameda County. She received   three scholarships; one from the Charles Houston Bar Association, one from the Contra Costa Bar Association and one from the Wiley Manuel Foundation. In law school, when a student receives the highest grade in a course, they receive an award called the Witkin's. Ms. Williams earned this award in Contracts, Professional Responsibility, Community Property, Criminal Procedure and Real Property.

In December of 2005, she officially graduated from law school cum laude. In February 2006, she took the Bar for the first time and passed. Ms. Williams took the Attorney's Oath and was sworn in to practice law in the State of California on June 17, 2006. Since practicing, Ms. Williams has proven herself to be a dedicated and committed professional who strives to provide her clients with quality representation.

The following is a partial listing of the Chaune' Williams', Esq., current and historical endeavors:

Committee member of the Contra Costa Bar Association to add a Diversity Section in hopes of diversifying the legal profession in Contra Costa County;

Currently working fervently on preventing incarcerated sex offenders from being present in prison visiting rooms with children;

Former educator in urban school district throughout Bay Area that still carries the same passion for children;

and Represents abused elderly citizens that are victims of emotional, financial and physical abuse.

Please Call: 510-225-9300

Bio

Chaune' Williams began attending law school at John F. Kennedy on January 14, 2002. Ms. Williams did not just simply attend law school. She placed on the Dean's List every year while in law school. She even made the National Dean's list during the 2003-2004 school year.

Ms. Williams interned at the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and the Office of County Counsel for Alameda County. She received   three scholarships; one from the Charles Houston Bar Association, one from the Contra Costa Bar Association and one from the Wiley Manuel Foundation. In law school, when a student receives the highest grade in a course, they receive an award called the Witkin's. Ms. Williams earned this award in Contracts, Professional Responsibility, Community Property, Criminal Procedure and Real Property.

In December of 2005, she officially graduated from law school cum laude. In February 2006, she took the Bar for the first time and passed. Ms. Williams took the Attorney's Oath and was sworn in to practice law in the State of California on June 17, 2006. Since practicing, Ms. Williams has proven herself to be a dedicated and committed professional who strives to provide her clients with quality representation.

The following is a partial listing of the Chaune' Williams', Esq., current and historical endeavors:

Committee member of the Contra Costa Bar Association to add a Diversity Section in hopes of diversifying the legal profession in Contra Costa County;

Currently working fervently on preventing incarcerated sex offenders from being present in prison visiting rooms with children;

Former educator in urban school district throughout Bay Area that still carries the same passion for children;

and Represents abused elderly citizens that are victims of emotional, financial and physical abuse.

PRACTICE AREAS

 

 

Personal Injury

Automobile Accidents

Pedestrian Injuries

Slip and Fall

Family Law

Divorce

Child Support

Child Custody

Spousal Support

Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements

Complex Property Valuation/Division

Asset Tracing

Guardianships

Probate Law

Wills/Trusts

Probate Administration

Will Contests

Probate Litigation

Appeals

RIGHTS

Chaune' Williams, Esq. wants clients to know they have RIGHTS: 

  1. Right to have your phone calls promptly returned.

  2. Right to be updated regularly on the progress of your case.

  3. Right to respect from all at the Firm.

  4. Right to expect competence from the Firm.

  5. Right to know the truth about your case.

  6. Right to prompt attention.

  7. Right to have your legal rights explained in plain English.

  8. Right to a written fee agreement with the Firm.

  9. Right to have your legal matters kept confidential.

  10. Right to make the ultimate decision on your case.


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