Irina Sherbak to Receive a Super Lawyers Rising Star Award for 2019

One of the most reputable attorneys in San Diego, Irina Sherbak has been selected by the Super Lawyers as the Rising Star for 2019.

San Diego, CA, United States - December 6, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

The Law Offices of Irina Sherbak has been on the rise in the recent years and this rise has been noticed by many, including the newest – the Super Lawyers. This publication has selected Irina Sherback to win a prestigious award – Rising Star for 2019.

This is just one in the long line of awards for the Law Offices of Irina Sherbak which include things like Best Young Attorney in 2014, “People Love Us on Yelp”, an official Yelp award in 2017, and Elite Services Award by ARAG earlier this year.

The Rising Star award is awarded to attorneys who have been in the practice for ten years or less, or are 40 years of age or younger. To learn how prestigious this award is, one needs only to look at the numbers. Only 2.5% of all attorneys are ever selected for this honor. The award winners will be announced in several publications, including Super Lawyers Magazine and their website in April of 2019.

“Being selected for Rising Star award by the Super Lawyers is a great feeling. It is an acknowledgement for my hard work and dedication. I am incredibly glad that my skill and prowess in my field has caught the eye not only of clients, but also respected authoritative publications and peers,” says Irina Sherbak. She adds: “I will certainly not rest on my laurels after this. What’s more, this award is only a new incentive and a motivation to keep giving my best to my clients. As an estate law practice, the Law Offices of Irina Sherbak assists clients with a very sensitive topic, and a humane approach which I employ is really important.”

About The Law Offices of Irina Sherbak, APC: The Law Offices of Irina Sherbak, San Diego first opened its doors in 2012, focused on estate planning in California. Founded by Irina Sherbak, a respected member of the San Diego County Bar Association and a holder of Juris Doctor Degree from California Western School of Law. Apart from English, Sherbak speaks Russian fluently, making her an ideal attorney for any Russian speakers who need these services. The company and Ms. Sherbak herself are dedicated to their clients and take great pleasure in helping clients with estate matters, helping them navigate through the red tape and complex legal system, ensuring that their legacy is the best possible.

Contact Info:
Name: Irina Sherbak
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Organization: Law Offices of Irina Sherbak, APC
Address: 10620 Treena St., Suite 230, San Diego, California 92131
Phone: 858-208-8900
Website: http://www.sdestatelawyer.com/

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