Marissa Major

Marissa Major

Founding Partner

Marissa Major is a founding partner of Warren Major LLP. Marissa was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2013 after earning her Juris Doctorate from the University of California Hastings College of the Law.

While in college at the University of California Berkeley, Marissa worked for the Family Violence Law Center and helped obtain restraining orders for victims of domestic violence.

During law school, Marissa was a founding member of the Medical / Legal Partnership for Seniors, a collaborative effort between UCSF and Hastings to legally and medically advocate for San Francisco’s elderly residents.

Marin County and San Francisco Family Law Attorney

After graduating from UC Hastings, Marissa began her legal career in family law and estate planning. In short time, she became and experienced Marin County family law attorney. Later, she practiced family law at Fox & Bank and expanded her Bay Area Family Law practice to the East Bay.

She then worked with an industry-leading elder abuse firm as a nursing home litigation and elder abuse attorney. Throughout her career, Marissa has litigated high-stakes elder abuse, family law, and commercial cases throughout Northern California.

Marissa has also moderated webinars on audit trails, and participated in ALTA’s Ultimate Trial program at Harvard, numerous seminars on cost reports and deposition tactics throughout the country, and four trial strategy workshops with the renowned Rodney Jew

Marissa is a zealous advocate for her clients, providing attentive and strategic representation during a difficult stage in their lives. Contact Marissa for help with your family law or general civil litigation needs today.

Education

  • University of California Berkeley, Bachelor’s degree, History with Honors
  • University of California Hastings College of the Law, J.D.

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2013

Areas of Practice

  • Contested Divorce
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • High Asset Divorce
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Property Division
  • High-Asset Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Child Custody and Visitation
  • Child Custody and Support Modifications
  • Move-aways and Child Relocations
  • Adoptions
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Narcissistic Co-Parenting
  • Domestic Violence Restraining Orders