Location: Irvine, California
Eileen Solis has a diverse background in law and medicine. Originally a Registered Nurse at a local Orange County Trauma Center, Ms. Solis was a trauma nurse and intensive care unit nurse. Her areas of law practice include civil and criminal law. For the past 5 years, a large portion of her practice is in the area of Family Law, including divorces, legal separation, custody, move away cases, step-parent adoptions, paternity issues and division of multi-dollar assets.
Ms. Solis continues to successfully represent clients in the criminal law arena as well for charges ranging from Felonies to Misdemeanors, including possession of deadly weapons, vandalism to drug possession, and DUI and DMV hearings.
A graduate of Loma Linda University and Western State College of Law, Ms. Solis also has extensive experience in catastrophic plaintiff’s personal injuries, medical malpractice and clergy abuse cases. Ms. Solis has been involved in numerous multimillion dollar personal injury recoveries.
Born in Lima Peru , Ms. Solis is a bilingual attorney, fluent in Spanish. She is a volunteer with the Constitutional Law Foundation, serving as an advisory attorney for Peer Court . Ms. Solis is a board member for Project Hope School , a non-profit organization creating a school environment specifically for motel children and other displaced and homeless children. She was the Spanish-language liaison for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for approximately 6 years and has been featured in several prominent Los Angeles television stations as an expert commentator in the area of child abuse and missing and exploited children.
Areas of Practice
- Civil and Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Criminal Defense
- Estate Planning
- Litigation & Appeals
- Real Estate
- Western State University College of Law, Fullerton, California
- Loma Linda University
Pro Bono Activities
- Volunteer, Constitutional Rights Foundation
- Advisory Attorney for Peer Court