Moran and Moran, LLP
2335 West Foothill Blvd Suite 9
Upland, CA 91786
T: (909) 575-8073
F: (909) 912-8092
Cindy Moran-Aguirre, Esq., MSW
Cindy Moran-Aguirre graduated from the University of California, Riverside in June of 2004 with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and an emphasis in Law and Society. After traveling and working for a year, Cindy returned to school and obtained a Masters Degree in Social Work from California State University, Los Angeles. During her graduate program, Cindy worked as a Medical Social Work Intern at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and as a Children’s Social Work Intern at Pacific Clinics Treatment Centers.
In August of 2007, Cindy began attending the University of La Verne College of Law where she received her Juris Doctor Degree in May of 2010. At the University of La Verne Cindy was vice-president of the Hispanic National Bar Association (2008-2009) and a member of both the Student Bar Association and the Beverly Hills Bar Association. Cindy was admitted to the California Bar in January 2011 after taking and passing the bar on her first try.
Cindy’s knowledge of Social Work and Law give her the experience to provide insightful counsel for all types of family law issues, including custody and support matters. Her work as an extern with The Alliance for Children’s Rights gave her a vast understanding of the different issues involving children. Her work at Neighborhood Legal Services and the Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association helped develop her love and passion for family law cases. Cindy understands the emotions that accompany a family law matter and is truly dedicated to providing a high level of personal attention to every one of her clients.
Cindy is currently a member of the Riverside Bar Association and serves as Minor's Counsel in Los Angeles County. She was raised by Salvadorean parents and speaks. reads, and writes Spanish fluently. She enjoys running, scrapbooking, reading, and traveling during her time off.
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