Hamid Naraghi

Attorney at Law

Managing Partner

Hamid has practiced law, specifically family law litigation, mediation and alternative dispute resolution, since 1997. Currently the managing partner at Nader, Naraghi & Woodcock, APLC, Hamid excels at coming up with simple solutions and strategies for complex problems, and then explaining your options to you in a way that you can understand. His client-focused approach to a wide range of legal issues, including family law and divorce, has made him an industry leader and a highly sought-after attorney throughout California. In or out of court, Hamid is focused on helping people solve their problems in the most reasonable and cost-effective manner.


Prior to graduating from McGeorge School of Law, Hamid worked as a police officer - an experience that has proven invaluable to his outlook as well as his ability to remain calm in seemingly tense situations.


In addition to being a lawyer, Hamid is also a:

  • private judge,
  • mediator,
  • arbitrator,
  • licensed real estate broker,
  • life coach and
  • published author ("How to Manage a Contest Divorce in California").


Your initial consultation with Hamid will allow him to understand your situation and to explore how his approach to solving problems can help you get the solutions and peace of mind that you deserve. Hamid does not believe in sugar coating the truth.


"We'll have time to be friends later. For now, if we decide to work together, I am charged with the responsibility of getting you through a tough situation.  That includes ‘telling it like it is’, without any sugarcoating, so that you can make the decisions that are best for you in an informed way." - Hamid Naraghi


In his free time, Hamid enjoys spending time with his family, long distance bicycling, motorcycling, meditating and simply "being in the moment."

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