Tristan Aeschleman

Tristan Aeschleman, Attorney

Tristan Aeschleman graduated from the University of San Diego in 2007 with a BS in political science. After finishing his undergraduate education, Tristan attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, where he earned several honors awards. While in law school, Tristan also worked at the Veteran’s Legal Assistance Clinic, helping veterans with family law issues, including dissolution of marriage, property division, and child custody.

Tristan graduated law school in 2011 and was admitted to the California Bar in December of 2011. He began his legal career as an associate at the Aeschleman law firm, where he has worked on cases involving child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, complex property division, breach of fiduciary duty, domestic violence, grandparent visitation, and a variety of other issues.

Tristan chose to practice family law because it gives him an opportunity to help clients through difficult situations. He is a “people person” who enjoys working one-on-one with his clients, getting to know their unique needs and helping them to achieve their goals as they face the challenges of demanding family-related legal issues. He also understands the importance of sensitivity when dealing with emotionally charged issues, while helping clients arrive at solutions that meet their needs and allow all parties to move forward with their lives.

Tristan is a member of the State Bar of California, American Bar Association, Santa Clara County Bar Association (SCBAA), and the Family Law Division of the SCCBA.

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