Experienced Orange County and Newport Beach divorce lawyer, Jeffrey Lalloway, has been serving Newport Beach clients for many years. After practicing family law for many years in Philadelphia. Jeffrey moved his practice to Orange County in 2004.
The pride of his practice is that “divorce is different here” which means that he works with clients to help them get through one of the most difficult periods of their lives with as little stress and difficulty as possible.
Jeffrey grew up at the beach–in New Jersey–only 3,000 miles away and with a different ocean than the Pacific. His love for the beach brings Jeffrey and his family to the beach virtually every weekend and whenever he has time off. His young daughters, Regan (12 years old) and Sydney (age 8) both have grown up on the water and love the smell of the ocean.
In his spare time, Jeffrey is a 2-time elected city councilmember in neighboring Irvine. He currently represents Newport Beach by serving as Treasurer of the Republican Party of Orange County and was elected to by his colleagues to the regional position of Vice Chairman, South, of the California Republican Party.
Also, Jeffrey represents Newport Beach on the Board of Directors of the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and was previously the Chairman of the Board.
In 2014, the Orange County Register listed Jeffrey as one of the top 100 most influential in Orange County.
Newport Beach divorce lawyer
The City of Newport Beach is located in Orange County, California and is primarily a seaside city. Newport Beach is located in the coastal center of Orange County. It has Los Angeles County 50 miles to its north and San Diego County 85 miles to the south. Certain areas have been officially incorporated into the Newport Beach, including Corona del Mar, Balboa Island, Newport Coast, San Joaquin Hills, and Balboa Peninsula.
Of the 40 total square miles of the City, 22 square miles is made up of water. Considering this fact, Newport Beach has a distinct coastal character. The City of Newport Beach surrounds Newport Bay where approximately 4,300 boats of all types are docked within the harbor area. Overall, the harbor area and the City’s eight miles of ocean beach offer outstanding fishing, swimming, surfing, and aquatic sports activities.
In 2010, Newport Beach had over 85,000 residents. During the summer months, the population can grow on some weekends to more than 100,000.
Boasting high median family incomes and property values, Newport Beach is known for its fine residential areas, modern shopping facilities, strong business community and quality school system.
It has a reputation as being the most Republican city in California.