Personal Injury - Immigration - Family Law
Rodolfo Gonzalez is a U.S. Navy veteran and is dedicated to helping improve the legal services offered to the Latino/a community in Las Vegas. As a child of Mexican immigrants who spoke Spanish at home, Rodolfo understands the frustration, despair, and concern that the Latino/a community faces while trying to navigate a legal issue.
After finishing his Bachelor’s in Sociology at UCLA, Rodolfo graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. Rodolfo is passionate about helping clients resolve their cases as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Rodolfo takes the time to provide his clients with their options so that they can understand the benefits, consequences, and risks of their case.
Edgar Flores was raised in the Las Vegas Valley and is the son of Mexican immigrants. He understands how one’s immigration status can affect their day-to-day life. He is passionate about helping his clients keep their families together so that they can provide their children with the American dream that his own parents sought.
Once Edgar completed his Bachelor’s in English literature from UNLV Edgar graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. Edgar is dedicated to improving the lives of all Nevadans. He currently serves on the Nevada State Legislature, he is the Chairman of the Assembly Government Affairs committee, the Vice-Chair of the Assembly Education committee, Vice-President of the Latino Youth Leadership Foundation, President of the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus, and Secretary of the Assembly Democratic Caucus. He works with hundreds of students in a mentoring capacity every year. He is devoted to helping immigrant families in need and volunteers regularly at local citizenship fairs.