JWB Family Law Adds Noelle Dela Rosa Goldberg as an Associate Attorney to its Team

Family Law

Noelle Dela Rosa Goldberg

JWB Family Law is expanding its team to welcome Noelle Dela Rosa Goldberg as an Associate Attorney. Noelle joins the JWB Family Law legal team to help the firm in all aspects of family law: collections, divorce, child custody and visitation, paternity, child and spousal support, asset and property division, and post-judgment issues.

“I am excited to be a part of JWB Family Law,” said Noelle Dela Rosa Goldberg. “Being an Associate Attorney of JWB Family Law allows me to mitigate stressful situations for our clients while considering their unique circumstances.”

With 12 years of experience practicing law in San Diego, Noelle brings a wealth of experience representing clients in personal injury, property damage, and bankruptcy cases. For the first half of her legal career, Noelle worked as a collection attorney. She also served as an in-house insurance defense attorney.

Noelle graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and earned her Juris Doctorate from the School of Law at the University of San Diego. As a part of her commitment to the community, Noelle has volunteered at the San Diego Law Library.

Noelle is a family woman who enjoys spending time with her loved ones, whether it’s enjoying the sea as a certified scuba diver or scrapbooking and trying out new restaurants. She also loves diving into a good book.

Please help us welcome Noelle to the JWB team!

To learn more about Noelle and her practice areas, view her profile.

To meet the rest of the JWB Family Law team, please visit jwbfamilylaw.com/legal-team.

The Importance of the CFLS Designation

A Certified Family Law Specialist, or CFLS, is an attorney who has obtained certification in the standards of California family law and demonstrated optimal legal competence. Attorneys who obtain this certification have specific expertise in all aspects of family law, which includes divorce or the dissolution of marriagechild and spousal support, child custody, and temporary restraining orders, among other areas of emphasis.

Not every attorney practicing family law has obtained this certification. In fact, the designation remains relatively rare—there are fewer than 2,000 CFLS attorneys in California and fewer than 200 in San Diego.

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