Sara A. Anderson is certified by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization as a Family Law Specialist and is one of the founding shareholders of sherlock // Anderson, pc. In addition she serves as Chief Executive Officer. Offices are located at 2250 Douglas Blvd. Suite 150, Roseville, CA 95661.
Sara received her Juris Doctorate from Lincoln Law School in Sacramento CA. While submersing herself into the study of law Sara expanded her knowledge by working alongside some of the most preeminent prosecutors in Northern California both at the California State Attorney General's Office, the District Attorney and the Department of Corrections. Her connections to the Sacramento area provide her insight to each particular judge she may encounter. This proves to be exceedingly beneficial given the frequent rotation of judges in the Sacramento Family Court. Sara has been recognized by her peers and legal colleagues for her commitment to the pursuit of a fair an amicable system of family law. Sara has demonstrated an ability to go beyond herself to ensure the needs of her clients are served in what can often be described as the most stressful time. Sara believes in the process of collaboration and minimizing conflict whenever possible. Her advocacy shines through when agreements are not possible.
While Sara works to create balance in the Sacramento and Placer Courts, the law office serves clients in many neighboring counties, including El Dorado and Yolo. Sara works for her clients involved in all areas of family law including among other things, dissolution, separation, child custody, support, division of property and pre-marital agreements. Sara has received extensive training in mediation through California Lawyers for the arts and is licensed in the United States District Court , Eastern District. Sara and Jason often work collectively on their respective cases to ensure that each client gains the maximum representation and is afforded the balance between litigation and mediation. Sara has been key to redefining the balance of power in the Family Court system.