Paul Nathan

Law Offices of Paul H. Nathan
72A Main St
Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920
(415) 341-1144

Women often aren't represented well when it comes to divorce and child custody. Many lawyers feel they can take advantage of women and offer less-than-adequate performances. The Law Offices of Paul H. Nathan fight for the rights of women, to help them receive the results they deserve regarding child and spousal support and child custody, in addition to a variety of other aspects regarding the ending of a marriage. Paul just finished writing a book called What Every Woman in California Should Know About Divorce.

Education and Awards

Paul graduated cum laude from the University of San Francisco, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree and was on the Dean's List. He graduated from the Golden Gate University School of Law and also attended Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, WY.

Paul has experience as a trial lawyer, which helps him to better represent exclusively women in divorce, custody and support matters as well as when representing the injured.

Paul received the AV Preeminent Award from Martindale Hubbell, and was named a "Rising Star" by SuperLawyers in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. He was also named one of the "Top Attorneys in California" by San Francisco magazine.

He continues his exemplary rating on AVVO of 10.0 in both Family Law and Personal Injury as a top attorney

Paul was also awarded the TOP 40 Lawyers Under 40 by ASLA, American Society of Legal Advocates, Top 40 Trial Lawyers under the age of 40 in California by the National Trial Lawyers, rated as in the Top 1% of all litigators in the United States by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.

Life Out of the Office

Paul is a fifth-generation San Franciscan who enjoys sailing and playing tennis. He is also a dedicated advocate for supporting the adoption of animals who need homes.  Paul serves as the legal counsel for the Neigh Savers Foundation, a non-profit foundation that rescues race horses that would otherwise be sent to slaughter and seeks to give those horses a new begining.