John T. Medlen, Esq. is a licensed attorney who has been litigating family law cases for over 15 years. From single mothers on welfare to television and film stars, his list of clients is diverse. While the offices are located in both Westlake Village, California in Ventura County, and Encino in Los Angeles County, he has litigated cases as far as San Diego County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County. With a passion for helping people resolve the most intimate and sensitive cases during a very emotional time in the their lives, Mr. Medlen’s unique understanding of the needs of the clients as well as the court system makes for a productive relationship through the divorce process. As a family man himself, he understands the complexities surrounding custody and visitation issues as well as the impact divorce can have on the young lives of children. For more information feel free to contact Mr. Medlen. He can be reached through traditional methods such as email and telephone. As a convenience to his clients, Mr. Medlen offers a free 20 minute Skype session as well upon request; please note that this session must be scheduled in advance.
Rosen and Loeb is a full service law firm founded by Alan L. Rosen and Steven S. Loeb. Both Mr. Rosen and Mr. Loeb have been practicing for over 30 years and have extensive knowledge in their respective areas of practice. Mr. Rosen concentrates his practice on the preparation of Wills, Trusts, and general civil litigation matters. Mr. Loeb concentrates his practice on construction litigation, business litigation, and landlord/tenant litigation representing both commercial and residential landlords. The firm also handles personal injury cases on a case-by-case basis.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Rosen and Loeb is also in-house counsel for one of the largest collection companies in Southern California named North American Collectors, Inc. which is operated out of the firm's Encino, California office. The public should be made aware that negative information about the firm online is typically disseminated by debtors who owe money to the firm's clients. Therefore, weigh the comments/blogs from these debtors accordingly.