Chera Tesolin is a senior paralegal at Lewellen | Strebe | Hopper Family Law Group.
As a paralegal, she drafts pleadings, aids in discovery, assists clients, conducts legal research, and makes recommendations to our team of experienced attorneys.
Chera has been passionate about family law since starting her career as a legal assistant in 2005 in the Greater Los Angeles Area, but she grew up in Sacramento.
She has worked with Lewellen | Strebe | Hopper P.C. since family law attorneys Kimberly Lewellen and Michael Strebe founded the law firm in San Francisco. She supports their goal to serve Northern California families by bringing together the best practices in family law with a high-functioning team of attorneys, mediators, and legal professionals.
Chera enjoys biking, travel, crafts, concerts, classic films, and spending time with her husband and 7-year-old son.
Depth of Experience
Chera has over 15 years of family law experience working for private family law firms and at the Alameda County Superior Court.
She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy with an emphasis in Applied Ethics and Law from California State University, Sacramento. Additionally, she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, also with an emphasis in Applied Ethics and Law, from Loyola Marymount University.
After obtaining a paralegal certificate from the University of California Los Angeles, she began her paralegal career in 2007 in Beverly Hills.
She also possesses a certificate in Human Resources from the University of Phoenix.
- Human Resources Certification | University of Phoenix
- Paralegal Certification | University of California, Los Angeles
- BA Philosophy | California State University, Sacramento
- MA Philosophy | Loyola Marymount University