Debby Doitch is a shareholder at KJMLAW Partners, where she focuses primarily on probate and trust litigation. She also handles a wide variety of business, employment, real estate and family law disputes, as well as represents petitioners, objectors, creditors, and trustees in probate and bankruptcy proceedings. Debby is a major proponent of working with fiduciaries to help resolve matters when cases become highly contested, and will also represent fiduciaries in their professional roles as well. Debby has extensive trial experience as well as significant success in taking her cases to mediation and arbitration.
In addition to her extensive probate and litigation experience, Debby represents families in guardianship and conservatorship cases. Over the years, she continues to succeed in petitioning the court to appoint individuals so that they can help disperse funds and manage estates left to children or other beneficiaries in need of support. Debby is also a court appointed counsel for those with developmental disabilities. Prior to attending law school, Debby was an ABA Behavioral Therapist, where she worked with children with developmental disabilities.
Debby earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology at California State University, Northridge and a Juris Doctor from Western State University College of Law. Outside of practicing law, Debby enjoys spending time with her family, skiing, traveling and volunteering her time in the special needs community.