Zoe Garvin

 

Zoe Garvin is a licensed California attorney with significant experience advocating for families in transition. She has her own family law practice in San Francisco, the Law Office of Zoe Garvin, where she helps clients throughout the Bay Area navigate the challenges of divorce.  Zoe served as a judicial extern in the San Francisco Unified Family Court and is a professional grant writer and published author. She received her B.S. in health education from San Francisco State University and her J.D. from Golden Gate University School of Law.

 


Articles By Zoe Garvin

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Hawaii?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Maine?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren after life-altering changes in the family structure.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren after life-altering changes in the family structure.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in North Dakota?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Montana?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Mississippi?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Massachusetts?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Louisiana?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Idaho?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren.
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in Missouri?
Learn about grandparents’ rights to court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren after divorce, separation, adoption, or one parent’s death.