About Rebecca Saldana Collins
Rebecca is passionate about the law and committed to providing excellent legal service to her clients. She believes in meeting with clients one-on-one. She offers case assessment, clear advice, and smart strategies.
Since 2004, Rebecca has focused on assisting the Spanish speaking community with their legal needs. Through the years, she has been an avid advocate to those that need guidance through the legal system. Serving the Spanish speaking community afforded her the opportunity to expand her knowledge outside of the area of immigration law into the areas of criminal law, probate law and family law. She is passionate about the law and committed to providing quality service to not just the Spanish speaking community but anyone needing quality representation.
Analytical Skills: Being a problem solver is one of the root skills of any lawyer. A lawyer must be inquisitive by nature yet equipped to quickly identify and address the problem.
Research Skills: Preparing a legal strategy generally requires careful legal research. Rebecca has excellent research abilities and resources. She has honed her skill from her extensive legal experience.
Writing Skills: A great lawyer has excellent writing skills which allow her to craft compelling arguments, briefs, motions, and other legal documents. Rebecca has written legal articles for organizations such as Trial Lawyer’s College and the American Association for Justice.
Public Speaking Skills: A great lawyer has excellent public speaking skills and is comfortable presenting an oral argument. Rebecca has extensive public speaking experience and has spoken at the city and county level regarding legal issues in the area of immigration law. In addition to regularly appearing in Court, she has presented at legal seminars at churches, schools and colleges.
Negotiation Skills: Lawyers in any situation need to explore all potential avenues for resolving disputes, including methods that do not involve litigation. Rebecca believes it is her duty to resolve her client’s problems as quickly and efficiently as possible. Her interest in negotiation led her to obtain further legal training in mediation.