About Our Family Law Practice
We lead with competence and compassion
At Alaimo Boyer, we are an experienced family law firm that is committed to working with clients who are in need of a resolution. We develop a simple plan of action which honors your non-negotiable terms, promotes equitable compromise, and allows both parties to move forward towards a better future.
We understand the costly impact legal matters can have on a family, and commit ourselves to providing proactive legal support that seeks fair and reasonable resolution.
Our process is simple.
While many attorneys may over promise and under deliver, we feel our clients cannot make informed decisions without understanding the range of potential outcomes. Regardless of how simple your specific case may present, we will ensure that you are prepared for every possible scenario.
Meet Paul Alaimo
Paul Alaimo is co-founder of Alaimo Boyer and completed his law degree at California Western School of Law. He was admitted to the California State Bar in 2015 and has worked to advocate for countless families in need throughout San Diego.
Learn more about Paul Alaimo and how he stands out from other family law attorneys.
“In going through my divorce and custody battle Paul and Hilary were soldiers. Never have I met a pair of lawyers who genuinely care about you and make sure they do the right thing for you. I will never use another set of lawyers again!”
Meet Hilary Boyer, CLS-F
Hilary Boyer, CLS-F is co-founder of Alaimo Boyer and completed her law degree at California Western School of Law. She was recognized for her outstanding pro bono service and was admitted to the California State Bar in 2009. She is known by clients for her ability to mix professionalism, expert knowledge, and compassion.
Learn more about Hilary Boyer, CLS-F and what makes her beloved by clients.
“Hilary is knowledgeable, professional, and invested in her clients. My situation was extreme, but Hilary fought (endlessly) for the safety and welfare of me and my kids. She is committed to her clients and has the expertise and experience to provide outstanding representation.”
Alaimo Boyer Team
Samantha Narvaez, Esq.
Samantha Narvaez, Esq.
Samantha received her undergraduate degree from California Polytechnic University, Pomona with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Samantha’s legal career began before law school during her fellowship with AmeriCorps. As a JusticeCorps Graduate Fellow, Samantha assisted self-represented litigants in their family law and housing law matters. During law school, Samantha participated in the Jean Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition in Bali, Indonesia and served as a mentor and member of the Latino Law Students Association.
Prior to joining Alaimo Boyer, APC Samantha pursued a variety of legal experiences at Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County’s Homelessness Prevention and Shriver Project, the Office of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in Chicago, and served as a student clinician within Loyola University Chicago’s Federal Income Tax Clinic. While she enjoyed her other opportunities, Samantha remained interested in family law and interned with a family law judge in Chicago before studying for the bar and returning to California.
Samantha was admitted to the California State Bar in 2021.
Michelle was born and raised in San Diego, CA. Michelle started her legal journey as a file clerk in 2006. After moving up to an assistant role, she decided she wanted to pursue her paralegal degree. Michelle obtained her Associate in Science degree in Paralegal Studies in 2013. In addition, Michelle is currently a Notary Public for the State of California.
Michelle is committed to helping individuals navigate through the dissolution process to ensure this very difficult time is easier for our clients.
Caitlynn was born and raised in San Diego, CA. She attended the University of Alabama, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2019. In 2020, Caitlynn attended the University of San Diego Paralegal Program and interned at a local family law firm. Drawing from her internship and life experiences, Caitlynn knew she wanted to pursue a career in family law.