Jessica B. Cha is a Certified Family Law Specialist who zealously represents the rights and interests of a diverse range of clients throughout Orange County and the surrounding areas who are going through a divorce or have some other serious family law issue they need to address.Certified as a family law specialist by The State Bar of California's Board of Legal Specialization, Ms. Cha has practiced law for more than 14 years. A top-rated and distinguished trial attorney, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to help increase her clients' chances of obtaining the favorable results they seek for their issues involving child custody and support, property division, spousal support, and other related matters.In addition, Ms. Cha has extensive experience handling cases in which a parent abducted his or her children, and she has successfully handled numerous cases involving The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in various international jurisdictions. Closer to home, Ms. Cha has achieved notable success advocating on behalf of her clients, and she has earned Superb ratings on AVVO as well as the 10 Best Attorney in Client Satisfaction award from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.Among her other accolades, Ms. Cha earned a Distinguished Member designation in the areas of family law and divorce from Lawyers of Distinction in 2017. She is also listed in Top Verdict's Top 50 Verdicts, and Los Angeles Magazine voted her among the area's Top Women Attorneys in 2018.A 2001 graduate of the University of California, San Diego, Ms. Cha obtained her Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law in 2005, and The State Bar of California admitted her to practice the following year. While in law school, she received the Special Service Award in 2004, and she was a Regional Semi-Finalist in the Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition and a Quarter Finalist in the Lionel O. Grossman Trial Competition in 2005.Active in her legal community, Ms. Cha is the Secretary of the Orange County Asian American Bar Association. She also served as Vice Chair for the American Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Committee and supports her local community through her involvement with numerous civic and charitable organizations.