About Patrice

Patrice is licensed to practice in California and the United States District Court, Northern District of California.  She is a civil litigator and her practice areas include, but are not limited to, personal injury, premises liability, product liability, contracts, landlord-tenant issues, and all equine-related matters (contracts, injuries, water issues, land use, etc.).  
She was on the Board of the Sonoma County Women in Law from 2008 - 2016.  She was a Board member of the Sonoma County Bar Association from 2013 - 2015. 
She is a current Board member of the Sonoma County Horse Council and is a pro bono editor-in-chief of its quarterly publication, The Horse Journal. She also writes a legal column for the same.


Empire College School of Law - J.D.
U.C. Santa Barbara - B.A.
Sonoma State University - Paralegal 



All California State Courts
Federal District Court, Northern District
State Bar of California
Consumer Attorneys of California
Sonoma County Bar Association
Sonoma County Women in Law
Sonoma County Horse Council

Expertise born from experience

Patrice understands that when people hire an attorney, they are often experiencing very stressful situations. These people need someone who cares about them. Patrice makes sure her clients not only receive high-quality legal services, but also the support and resources they deserve.


For many years, Patrice has been providing legal assistance in Sonoma County.  She offers:

  • Experience in various fields of law
  • Expert advice and representation by an attorney focused on the highest level of advocacy
  • Return phone calls within one business day
  • Provide honest assessments of cases, whether good or bad
  • Perform all work with the highest level of care and attention to detail

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