KC CaraballoIMMIGRATION ATTORNEY AND FAMILY LAW

KC Caraballo has been licensed to practice law in New York since 2005, and has been licensed to practice law in Nevada since 2012. KC received her Law Degree from the School of Law at Pace University, New York, where she was born and raised.She held a law degree to advocate for those who could not defend themselves, particularly victims of domestic violence and children who have been abused and/or abandoned. While in law school, KC participated in the Pace Women’s Justice Center, a program that provides free legal aid and other resources to victims of domestic violence. In the summer of 2003, KC did an internship for Judge Colleen Duffy in the Yonkers Family Court. KC made her way through law school at the law firm of Fredman and Kosan, LLP (now known as Fredman, Baken, and Kosan). Upon graduating from law school and after being admitted to the New York Bar Association, Ms. Caraballo exercised the matrimonial right with the firm Fredman and Kosan, LLP, until KC moved to Nevada.

After moving to Nevada, Ms. Caraballo spent a lot of time serving in the Las Vegas community as a Special Advocate and as a volunteer judge for both the Truancy Intervention Program and the High School Graduation Initiative. After passing the State Bar of Nevada, KC continued to defend the needy in Nevada. Currently, Ms. Caraballo continues to focus on Family Law, but her desire to help those who can not help themselves has led her to include the Immigration Law and other transactional areas of law to her practice. Being an innate advocate, Ms. Caraballo feels great personal satisfaction in helping to give people a new beginning, whether it be a divorce, the sealing of a criminal record, or obtaining the American dream by obtaining legal status.

BAR ADMISSION(s):

  • New York – 2005      Nevada – 2012

EDUCACIÓN

  • Pace University School of Law, White Plains, NY Juris Doctor received May 2004
  • Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York, NY
  • Bachelor of Arts received September 1999
    Major:   Political Science
    Minor:    English