Laura Rauch

Attorney, Of Counsel


Laura grew up in Orange County, California, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from the University of California, Davis. Following college, Laura obtained her state license as an Administrative Hearings Interpreter. Working closely with attorneys and their clients in various legal settings sparked Laura’s interest in the law, and she went on to earn her Juris Doctorate degree from Whittier Law School, graduating magna cum laude in 2008. While in law school, Laura served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Child and Family Advocacy and externed at the Whittier Center for Children’s Rights Legal Clinic. In 2012, Laura furthered her legal education by obtaining an LL.M. in Taxation at Chapman University School of Law. While in the graduate program, Laura worked as a student representative at the Chapman Tax Law Clinic and was recognized with CALI awards in Income Taxation for LL.M. Students, Real Estate Tax Planning (LL.M.), Estate & Gift Tax (LL.M.), Ethics in Tax Practice (LL.M.), and U.S. Tax Court Clinic.

Passion for Helping Families and Their Diverse Needs

Laura is deeply committed to making a positive impact on her clients’ lives. Whether she is assisting families in navigating the complexities of adoptions or helping individuals with their children’s educational needs, her goal is to provide support, guidance, and peace of mind. Her dedication is fueled by a genuine desire to create a better future for her clients, ensuring their needs are met with empathy and expertise. She has been fortunate to combine this passion for working with children and families with her proficiency in Spanish to serve the Spanish-speaking community.

Message from Laura

As the daughter of Spanish immigrants, I had the privilege of witnessing many of the challenges my parents faced while adapting to their new country. Language was a major hurdle for them, and they encouraged me to master both English and Spanish from a young age. My father would often remind me, “Learn both languages, and you’ll be able to help twice as many people.” He also counseled me, saying, “You don’t need to know how to do something to be successful; you just need to find the right person to guide you.” I took my dad’s advice to heart and acquired the education and experience necessary to guide my clients towards success.

I understand that no two clients are the same, and I believe that effective advocacy hinges on active listening, a deep understanding of individual needs and a collaborative effort. I welcome the opportunity to work with you and your family to achieve your specific goals.