Isolde Moore is an experienced family law attorney, with the education and background to handle any divorce-related matter.
Graduating cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with her undergraduate degree and receiving her Juris Doctorate degree from the UCLA School of Law in 2009, Isolde has developed her personal approach to Family Law through professional work, volunteerism, and advocacy.
In addition to being named the Director of the Women’s Law Journal at UCLA, Isolde has received numerous accolades and honors, such as the distinction of Moot Court Honors and Merit Scholarship Recipient. She was an extern at the Securities Exchange Commission in Washington D.C. and also clerked for
the Organized Crime Division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. However, it was her work with top Family Law litigators such as Sorrel Trope, Michael Trope, and Lisa Helfend Meyer that ignited her passion for helping families trying to navigate the messy and often frightening waters of divorce, child custody and support, and other family legal matters.
In her spare time, Isolde has been a champion of domestic violence prevention, providing pro bono support and legal representation. Working alongside organizations such as Break the Cycle and the Sojourn Battered Women’s Shelter in Santa Monica, Isolde is dedicated to empowering victims of abuse to free themselves of the physical, emotional, and financial barriers that domestic violence creates and uses her experiences in these organizations to further hone her skills of compassion, clarity, and strategic advocacy.
Isolde is fluent in both English and Spanish, and is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Beverly Hills Bar Association, Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, and the Argentine Association of Los Angeles. She practices in Orange and Los Angeles Counties, and is resident in our Costa Mesa office.