Paul Alaimo

Paul was admitted to the California State Bar in 2015.

Meet Paul Alaimo, Esq.
Family Law Attorney

Paul Alaimo is a Partner at Alaimo Boyer. Paul attended law school at California Western School of Law. Prior to attending law school, he received his bachelor’s degree from Loyola University, Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a minor in Political Science.

Paul manages litigation at Alaimo Boyer, appearing at most hearings and trials. While he prefers to see families resolve conflict through successful negotiation or mediation, he stands ready to assist when those efforts are unsuccessful. Choosing to focus solely on family law, he worked at The Family Court, at a local domestic violence nonprofit, and a local family firm before building his own practice.

“Family law is unique in that there is so much that can be resolved before ever stepping inside a courtroom. I enjoy finding equitable solutions for clients that help them move on with their lives with less conflict and often better relationships.”

Paul Alaimo

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Quick Facts

A spotlight of Paul’s background and accomplishments.

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Alaimo Boyer

Co-founder of Alaimo Boyer

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Alma Mater

Graduated from Loyola University, Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a minor in Political Science

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Juris Doctor

Earned J.D. from California Wetsern School of Law

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Practice is concentrated in: divorce, legal separation, child support, spousal support, child custody and visitation, property division, domestic violence restraining orders, appeals and writs, mediation and collaborative practice

“I worked with Paul to settle a retirement issue with my ex. Through it all, Paul and his team remained professional and pushed me in the right direction to settle this case. I’m walking away with my full retirement for pennies on the dollar.”