Nina Jafari is the founding partner and President of Jafari Law APC. Upon graduating from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2010, Ms. Jafari obtained a position at a boutique law firm in Irvine, California. After gaining an abundant amount of legal experience at that firm and wanting to use that skill set to provide a more individualized service to her clients, Ms. Jafari became a founding partner of Distinct Law Group in 2015.
In January of 2019, Ms. Jafari decided to open Jafari Law, APC in order to dedicate more time to being an advocate for her clients and providing them with excellent results. Ms. Jafari’s goal is to assist her clients achieve the best outcomes possible for their individual needs. Whether it be in immigration law, estate planning or business law, her objective is satisfying the client’s end goal.
Ms. Jafari insists on listening to each individual client and providing the client with a candid assessment of their situation. Ms. Jafari ensures using the strong resources at her firm’s disposal in order to guarantee that the client is informed and aware of all of their options and is able to obtain the best outcome for their specific situation. From the beginning to the end, Ms. Jafari is in contact with her clients and makes sure they feel the individualized care for their respective case.
In addition to being admitted to practice law before the California State Courts and the United States District Court for the Central District of California, Ms. Jafari is a licensed California real estate broker. Ms. Jafari’s knowledge and understanding of both law and real estate, allows her to provide her real estate clients with effective representation.
Ms. Jafari is fluent in Farsi. She enjoys spending time traveling and going on adventures with her husband and kids.
University of San Diego, School of Law J.D.
University of California, Irvine B.A
Member- California Bar
Member- California Bureau of Real Estate, Licensed Broker (BRE#01953669 )
Orange County Bar Association
Iranian American Bar Association