530.823.9736
200 Auburn Folsom Road, Suite 305
Auburn, California 95603

Cassandra P. Francois

Cassandra François Cassandra P. Francois is an associate attorney in Aronowitz Skidmore Lyon. Ms. Francois represents clients in every practice area of the firm.

Ms. Francois obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Minor Degrees in Anthropology and Business from the University of Florida. Afterward, she worked for different law firms in the areas of employment, bankruptcy, real property, personal injury, and intellectual property law.

Subsequently, Ms. Francois earned her Juris Doctor Degree from Santa Clara University School of Law. She graduated with a Pro Bono Recognition Award for her consumer protection work in anti-predatory lending with a community legal services organization. During law school, she also clerked for the Probate Court, Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara under the late Honorable Thomas Wm. Cain.

After graduation, Ms. Francois volunteered as an attorney with a non-profit office aiding the elderly in Santa Clara County. Thereafter, she established her own law firm for over three years focusing on wills and trusts, premarital agreements, and limited conservatorships.

Ms. Francois is admitted to practice before all state courts in California as well as the federal court in the United States District Court, Northern District of California.

cfrancois@asilaw.org

200 Auburn Folsom Road, Suite 305 . Auburn, California 95603-5046 . [530] 823.9736

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