The firm’s Family Law practice is supervised by our managing partner, John D. Hodson, CFLS, AAML. Mr. Hodson is the first and only family law attorney in Solano County’s history to be elected a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy...
Hodson & Mullin has been a preeminent Family Law, Workers’ Compensation, and Social Security Disability firm in Solano County for more than 25 years, and has been recognized as Law Firm of the Year by the Solano County Bar Association and readers of the Vacaville Reporter. The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization has designated our principals as Certified Specialists in Family Law and Workers’ Compensation Law. Both partners are perennially named among Northern California’s Super Lawyers.
Ours is the only AV-Preeminent rated Family Law/Workers’ Compensation Law Firm in Solano County, rated by the Martindale-Hubbell and FindLaw ™ directory.
We offer our clients professional legal representation and services in Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, Family Law, and selected Personal Injury and Civil cases. Our staff of attorneys, and our friendly paralegals, legal assistants, and administrative assistants all work hard to ensure the best results for our clients in and out of the courtroom.
We are able to negotiate settlements in the vast majority of our cases, but when litigation is necessary, our principals and associates have the trial experience and level of expertise necessary for effective representation in court. We are one of the few law firms in the North Bay area with Certified Specialists whose staff provides services to Spanish-speaking clients, and with three retired military officers among our lawyers, our own personal military service uniquely positions us to assist military clients.
The Hodson & Mullin firm’s mission is to put clients first, with the goal of minimizing the stress of resolving legal matters. Put our expertise to work for you.
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