Whitney Moniz, Office Manager

Children and Family Are Priority

Whitney Moniz was born and raised in Oklahoma and comes from a large family with four siblings, ten aunts and uncles and fifty-six cousins! With all of this family, Whitney grew up in a loving household with an open door. Extended family and friends were often staying with her family and enjoying the countryside in Oklahoma. Whitney attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Whitney moved to California with her husband in 2013 and has two children.

High-Performing Office Manager

Whitney has 9 years of experience in Law with a diverse background spanning Workers Compensation, Litigation, Criminal Defense, and Family Law. Whitney supports the attorneys and office staff of Moore Law for Children in the areas of family formation, special education, school discipline, and guardianship departments. Whitney works on cases from beginning to end—including the preparation of legal documents, filings and hearing preparation. Whitney is responsible for overseeing the firm’s operations, managing the law office, processing invoices and billing. 

Whitney also serves as a notary public, notarizing important documents and contracts.

Message from Whitney

Coming from a large and open family, I have found my passion in Family Law. I find that being a new mom has opened my eyes to possibilities that our future generations can hold. Coming from a loving family which was formed through adoption, guardianships and biological children, it is a pleasure to work with like families. Furthermore, I understand the struggles involved with juvenile delinquency and special needs education as these are also facets of my diverse family. Due to the fact that I have had personal experiences in all of the areas of law that our firm practices, I am motivated to work hard for the families we serve. I consider working with Moore Law for Children a privilege.

Whitney Moniz

Due to the fact that I have had personal experiences in all of the areas of law that our firm practices, I am motivated to work hard for the families we serve. I consider working with Moore Law for Children a privilege.