John Adam Lazor

John Adam Lazor, Esq. CFLS

John Adam Lazor Esq. CFLS has been practicing Family Law for over 25 years. His practice includes complex family law litigation, family law mediation, family collaborative law and estate planning.

Mr. Lazor is a Certified Family Law Specialist with the State Bar of California . He is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, California Bar Association and International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. John has served as President of the Family Law Indigent Paternity Panel (FLIPP) and Membership Chair of the California State Bar Family Law Section Executive Committee (FLEXCOM).

John received his law degree from the University of Michigan and he’s a lifetime member of the Michigan Alumni Association. Mr. Lazor received his undergraduate degree in Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa with Departmental Honors and Distinction from Stanford University and lifetime membership of the Stanford Alumni Association.

Mr. Lazor has been elected by his peers as a Super Lawyer for seven consecutive years , 2011 through 2017. He’s also a certified participant of both the American Bar Association‘s Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute in Denver , Colorado and the Houston Family Law Trial Institute at the South Texas College of Law. John has published articles for both the Los Angeles Daily Journal and Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine. He has also been a guest lecturer for high school students and a featured guest on two television programs. Currently, John is a faculty member for the California Bar’s Family Law Specialist Exam training program (“FLIC”) through CEB.

John’s community involvement includes Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center, Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law and Aids Project Los Angeles. He’s written the book, music and lyrics for an original musical comedy and he’s a member of Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI). His avocational activities include scuba diving and singing in the church choir. John resides in Culver City with his wife and two daughters.

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