Alexsandrea M. Parsons

Office Manager

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At Fair Cadora, we understand that family law cases can be overwhelming and stressful. The attorney you choose can make or break your case. That’s why we offer a paid strategy session to all potential clients. We want you to have the chance to connect with us and gain your trust while receiving valuable advice and insight about your situation. During a strategy session, we will review the details of your case and provide you with an honest assessment of your legal options. The quality of our work and advice during a strategy session will allow you to make an informed decision about the next steps in your case and assess if it feels like a fit for us to work together. The first step is to request a case evaluation.

Alexsandrea, more commonly known as Alex, is a born and raised San Diegan who is currently in her last year at San Diego State University, pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. With almost ten years of administrative experience, Alex understands the importance of creating and maintaining valuable relationships with clients. She always does her best to help a client when they need assistance. Alex aims to create a welcoming and respectful environment for our clients. Alex understands it is important that our clients feel understood, especially as they navigate through such a monumental change in their lives.

Once she graduates, Alex’s next goal is to become a certified Paralegal. When she is not at work or school, you can find Alex camping in the mountains or exploring the natural wonders of California! Alex also enjoys discovering new local coffee shops, taking care of her plants, and spending time with her friends.


A Few Words from Alex on… 

WHAT CLIENTS LOVE ABOUT HER:

I am understanding, patient, and always willing to help. I aim to help people feel safe and comfortable, no matter the situation.

WHY SHE CHOOSES TO WORK IN FAMILY LAW:

I come from a challenging family background that has taught me resilience and determination to overcome obstacles. I chose to work in family law because it provides a space to use my knowledge and ability to help others who are learning to withstand the obstacles that come with family law cases.