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Diane Acuna

Diane Acuna brings over 11 years of experience as a litigation paralegal to LS Carlson Law, with nearly seven of those years dedicated to the firm. Her extensive background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, a Paralegal Certificate, and certification as a Notary Public, all of which contribute to her well-rounded expertise and reliability.

In her role as a paralegal, Diane is responsible for reviewing and finalizing a wide range of legal documents, including correspondence and motions. She ensures all filings with the court are accurate and timely and manages the service of documents, preparing trial binders, and communicating effectively with opposing counsel. Her meticulous attention to detail and problem-solving skills are critical in managing the complexities of HOA disputes and other litigation matters. Additionally, she is adept at calendaring deadlines, ensuring that all timelines are met with precision.

Diane actively engages in weekly strategy sessions with the legal team and collaborates regularly with other paralegals to address and resolve complex issues, ensuring seamless case management. Her proactive involvement in these meetings enhances communication and coordination across the firm, directly contributing to the successful handling of HOA disputes and other litigation matters. Diane’s ability to identify and address potential challenges early on ensures that each case progresses smoothly and efficiently, providing clients with the highest level of service and support.

Diane finds great satisfaction in the work environment at LS Carlson Law and values the close friendships she has developed with her coworkers. Her professional motivation is driven by a desire to demonstrate to her daughters that hard work and dedication can lead to success.

Outside of her professional responsibilities, Diane enjoys spending time with her family, camping, and enjoying nature. She is also dedicated to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and can be found at the gym four to five days a week.