At twelve, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer to make a difference in people’s lives. At Goldfarb & Luu P.C., I am able to fulfill my passion of making a positive difference by drafting estate plans for people that honor their wishes.
I am dedicated to serving my clients with the highest degree of competency, compassion and honesty. I know I’ve succeeded when I hand them a completed estate plan and they feel that I’ve simplified a complicated area of law, empowered them to make vital decisions that they value and done so in a supportive environment. Bringing peace of mind to my clients and their families brings me the utmost satisfaction.
I am a graduate of Northwestern School of Law Lewis and Clark College. I am a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and very active in the community where I live as a volunteer for the Sheriff's Dept., a member of the board of directors of my Town Council and our town emergency planning organization. I am also on the board of OPICA (the first adult day care center in Los Angeles), and a certified POLST trainer. I spend my free time with my husband and our horses.
I come from a family steeped in public service – my father was a social worker and my sister is a legal aid attorney. My father instilled in us the responsibilities of giving back and taught us that education was the key to success in life.
As a former legal aid attorney myself, I am intimately aware of the need for greater education about the legal process. I chose to practice estate planning because it reaches everyone in a deeply personal and tangible way. Unfortunately, it is often ignored, which can lead to devastating results. At Goldfarb & Luu P.C., I enjoy advising clients about estate planning to enable them to make educated decisions about their own lives.
I am a graduate of Southwestern Law School and am a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the American Pacific Bar Association where I serve on the Community Outreach Committee.
I am a recent graduate of Chapman University in Orange County with a double major in Psychology and English. I worked with children throughout high school, but began to work in office administration my sophomore year at Chapman. I have worked in immigration, domestic violence, and estate planning offices. I also intern for a fashion show for LA Fashion Week.
In my spare time, I enjoy yoga, cooking, baking, and traveling.
I am a recent graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a background in Women's Studies. I developed a passion for helping others by volunteering for a crisis hotline throughout high school. I have a background in medical office administration. I have interned on Capitol Hill as well as my local congressional office in the San Fernando Valley. I currently serve on the Board of Directors of 30 Years After, an organization that educates the Iranian-American Jewish community on important political issues.