“You are more than a client, you are family”
Who is Tracy R. Horn?
Ms. Horn’s practice focuses pimarily on divorce, legal separation, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, post judgment modifications and domestic violence restraining orders. Ms. Horn also devotes an extensive portion of her practice to mediation, working closely with clients to resolve their cases as a unit rather than through protracted and costly litigation. Ms. Horn understands every case is different and clients must understand all options in order to develop a tailor made case plan that suits their specific needs.
Ms. Horn is a member of the State Bar of California, the San Diego County Bar Association, including the Family Law Section, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Ms. Horn attended John Jay College of Criminal Justice where she earned her degree in Forensic Psychology before moving to San Diego to attend law school at Thomas Jefferson School of Law where she graduated with honors.
Ms. Horn understands the value of giving back to her community and has spent hundreds of hours volunteering with the Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Volunteer Attorneys of San Diego, and the San Diego Humane Society. The practice of family law is more than just a career to Ms. Horn, it is an opportunity to help those in her community during an incredibly trying time in their lives and each client is considered a member of our family.
Family law is an all encompassing term for the many aspects that families face in our legal system every day.
Our experienced family law attorneys are trained in every aspect of family law and we are here to help you through what is likely a confusing, emotional, and stressful time. Click the links below to learn more about the specific issues you may be facing:
California Divorce →
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California Child Support →
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California Post Judgment Enforcement & Modification →
California Domestic Violence Restraining Orders →
California Mediation →
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY:
Tracy was amazing
Tracy was amazing. She helped me through a high conflict divorce and was always there to answer any questions I had. Her fees were extremely reasonable, especially considering the amount of time and effort she put in. Unlike many other people in her field, Tracy is in law for the right reason; to help people. Thanks, Tracy!– MATT & TERRY
Like meeting a girlfriend for coffee
It was like meeting a girlfriend for coffee..My case was fairly straight forward but Tracy devoted the time necessary to ensure I came out ahead. She would respond to my email at 10:00 at night and answer my calls when most offices were closed for the holidays. Tracy truly cares about her clients and takes a personal interest in their outcome. I hope I never need her again but I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone looking for an family law attorney.– Child Custody Client (2)
Tracy was amazing
Tracy was amazing. She helped me through a high conflict divorce and was always there to answer any questions I had. Her fees were extremely reasonable, especially considering the amount of time and effort she put in. Unlike many other people in her field, Tracy is in law for the right reason; to help people. Thanks, Tracy!– Lisa
Like meeting a girlfriend for coffee
I have called a number of attorneys for my case. Tracy gave me very sound and honest advice, she was even considerate of my child's well being. I'd seek her advice again in a heartbeat. Thank you Tracy.– Anonymous
Genuine trustworthy attorney!
I met with 4 lawyers before finally meeting with Tracy. Every lawyer before her made me feel like I was nothing more than a paycheck. Tracy spent two hours with me. She got to know me and truly understood what I was looking to accomplish. In court, she handled herself with poise and confidence (something I was incapable of doing considering what an emotional wreck I was). She did not nickel and dime me and in the end I got everything I asked for. She was available after 5:00 and immediately responded to my emails. I could not be happier and would wholeheartedly recommend Tracy to anyone seeking a genuine, trustworthy attorney.– Family law client
Recent Blog Topics
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