Gerald Maggio Recognized in the Attorney Journal – Orange County Edition 2018
We’re pleased to announce that Gerry Maggio, who is the owner of The Maggio Law Firm, was named the “Attorney of the Month” by the Attorney Journal – Orange County Edition.
Mr. Maggio was chosen for the Attorney of the Month Award based on a combination of factors, including professional achievement, commitment to the local legal community, well-established respect among peers, and professional certifications, honors, and awards. With this award, Mr. Maggio and our family law firm were highlighted with May’s cover feature – a five-page story on his history, values, and professional focus.
I’m truly honored to be recognized by the Attorney Journal,” says Mr. Maggio. “Many of my most respected peers have been featured with this best-of-the-best award, and it’s humbling to have my name added to the list.”
With a circulation of more than 10,000, the Attorney Journal – Orange County Edition is a monthly B2B trade publication for private practice attorneys in the area. According to their website, “To be considered for the cover story, an attorney and/or law firm must have excellent reputations and possess qualities that distinguish themselves within Orange County’s legal community. We are looking for interesting story angles. We are not interested in meeting attorneys and/or firms who think they can ‘buy’ their way onto the cover.”
Mr. Maggio established our firm in 2005 with the goal of offering a practical approach to family law. “Our clients rely on our commitment to handling their cases with expertise, integrity, and respect,” he says. “That’s why we take the practical approach of starting each case with a cost-benefit analysis, so our clients can make educated decisions about what is best for their families.”
To read Gerald Maggio’s cover feature, visit the Attorney Journal, Orange County Edition website http://attorneyjournaloc.com/blog/2018/05/01/in-your-corner/
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