I wanted to make a difference for individuals and families, so I started my own firm. My mission has always been to help young adults get the education they deserve and a second chance to build a future they can believe in.
My passion for special education, juvenile defense, and justice for young adults leads me to treat my clients like family. I’m driven to find a favorable outcome for you and your child because I know that nothing is more important.
Whether it’s a special education issue or a criminal defense case, I’m organized, efficient, and prepared to fight for what’s right. I hope to provide every family with the resources they need to move forward with confidence.
When individuals and families come to my firm for help, they expect results. Former clients tell me they appreciate my competitive spirit, my ability to take charge, and my insistence that your case matters. I will fight for you and your future, every step of the way.
I make sure to fully explain the details of your case to you, setting realistic expectations for what we might accomplish. My legal guidance is pragmatic and practical while fighting for what is best for you and your family. The lines of communication are always honest and open.
From the beginning of my law practice, I’ve believed in the importance of access for every single person to the opportunity to develop their best and brightest selves. Unfortunately, if access is limited, it’s not easy to pursue the personal and academic goals that mean so much to us.
From helping you understand your rights in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) process, to pointing you in the direction of resources to help young adults in juvenile court, I’m here because I believe in you and what you can achieve.
I couldn’t be any happier with the results of my case. In my opinion, you won't find a lawyer that will work any harder than Frank will to get you the best outcome possible!
Attorney Frank Yee is the embodiment of the consummate professional. From the moment I met him, he exhibited an air of confidence that convinced me that I had representation by someone who cared, not only about my case but about my well being in general.
Frank did an outstanding job representing me in my case. He kept me informed every step of the way
I am so pleased with the help of Mr. Yee. He went above and beyond to help me. Mr. Yee is the best. If you can get him, you are very lucky. I would 100 percent hire him back again. I can’t thank him enough.
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