The city of Orange, located in Orange County, California, is renowned for its historic Old Town District, brimming with antique shops and charming cafes. Home to Chapman University, a prestigious private liberal arts college, Orange sits snugly in Southern California, neighboring Anaheim and the Disneyland Resort. Enjoying a delightful Mediterranean climate, Orange boasts warm, sunny weather for much of the year. Furthermore, the city offers an array of recreational opportunities, including parks, hiking trails, and cultural events.



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Parris D. Trimble

Parris D. Trimble is a Certified Family Law Specialist*. Born and raised in Southern California, she graduated from the University of Southern California where she was a Jesse M. Unruh Institute Undergraduate Research Scholar and a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.

Parris earned her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School where she was the recipient of the Dean’s Merit Scholarship, a member of Law Review and Moot Court. As a law student she earned the prestigious CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Legal Writing, Juvenile Law Advocacy, and International Children’s Rights. Parris was fortunate to have the opportunity to clerk for the Honorable Franz E. Miller while he was the presiding judge in civil at the Orange County Superior Court.


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Prenuptial Agreements

A premarital marriage agreement is a contract between two people who are getting married. It determines how a couple will handle their finances…

Postnuptial Agreements

A postnuptial agreement, also known as a postnup or post-marital agreement, is a legal contract entered into by a married couple after their wedding.

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For the community let’s start with Orange

What sets Orange apart in this region is its preservation of many homes in its Old Town District, which were constructed prior to 1920. While other cities in the area opted to demolish such houses in the 1960s, Orange made the decision to conserve them, adding to its unique character and charm.