Meet Attorney And Mediator Cheryl A. Sena

Quite simply, there is no substitute for experience. Family law attorney Cheryl A. Sena has been practicing in San Francisco for more than 30 years as a certified mediator and collaborative lawyer.

An extensive lecturer in family law, Ms. Sena has become one of the nation's foremost legal authorities on the rights of unmarried couples and the issue of same-sex marriage. She has become a regular TV and radio guest, as well as a respected resource for clients, the media and the public at large on this issue of growing importance.

Among her many honors and recognitions, Ms. Sena has been listed in Northern California Super Lawyers magazine in 2005 and 2008-2017. She was also highlighted by Friendship House, with a lifetime recognition of her support for the Native American community.

Approachable and friendly, yet professional, Ms. Sena provides the one-on-one contact and responsive service that clients seek. Learn more about our firm's founding attorney by following this profile link:

"Clients appreciate the fact that I take a holistic approach to problem resolution, striving to obtain the best possible results financially, psychologically and emotionally. I listen to what is important to my client, and then I work to formulate a solution system that meets his or her needs." — Cheryl A. Sena

Visit Our San Francisco Office

Sena Family Law & Mediation Practice is located in the Financial District of San Francisco, close to many shops and restaurants. Parking is available at several nearby parking lots accessed on Stevenson Street, or at One Bush Street. Our office is easily accessible from BART, MUNI (Montgomery Street stations) and Golden Gate Transit stops. In addition, the AC Transit temporary terminal is only a few blocks away.

Learn about what to expect in your first consultation at our law firm. We want you to be informed and feel comfortable.

Schedule your free consultation by calling 415-906-2556, or contact us via email. We will respond promptly.

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