Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, we at O’Brien Watters & Davis Law Firm want to acknowledge the achievements of our Sonoma County women attorneys.

Business partner Deborah Corlett is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law and a member of the adjunct faculty at SRJC. She also holds a lifetime California Teaching Credential for Secondary Levels in Biology and chemistry.

In addition to her family law and civil trial practice, litigation partner Deirdre Taber Kingsbury has worked in municipal law, advising cities on land use, zoning, environmental, personnel, municipal law and the Brown Act. Ms. Kingsbury is a 4th generation Sonoma County resident.

Senior Litigation associate Diane Singleton was recognized by the Sonoma County Superior Court as Outstanding Volunteer for 2011-2012. Ms. Singleton has the distinction of being one of the few attorneys who has appeared in the Superior Courts in nearly every one of the 58 counties in the State of California.

Associate Candice Raposo is a native resident of Sonoma County and has years of experience working with the elder community as an ophthalmic technician. Her law practice now focuses on the area of elder law, estate planning and tax. We are proud of the contributions of these women to our local community and to upholding the highest standards of the legal profession.

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