The Law Offices of Mary Lyn T. Sanga, A Professional Corporation (MTS Law) is a Los Angeles-based law firm with principal office located in Wilshire Center. It is a full-service Immigration law firm handling business immigration, employment-based petitions, family-based petitions, citizenship, waivers, removal defense, and consular visa processing. The firm also handles personal injury cases that involve auto crashes, pedestrian accidents, slip/trip and falls, dog bites, bicycle crashes, wrongful death, and claims for Uber and Lyft passengers regardless of whether the Uber or Lyft driver was at fault. The founder of MTS Law, Mary Lyn T. Sanga , is a licensed attorney in California and the Philippines. With almost 20 years combined legal experience, Mary leads the firm in fulfilling its mission of delivering superior client service with integrity, competence, and compassion.
Established in 2010.
MTS Law is a young firm, established only in March 2010. Its founder, Mary Sanga, was working as an associate attorney at a medium-sized Downton Los Angeles law firm when the firm closed business in February 2010, leaving a number of clients without legal representation. To ensure continuity of services to the firm’s immigration clients, Mary made a decision to establish MTS Law and assume the cases of clients deciding to go with her, at no additional fees to clients. After careful planning and almost a month of nonstop work, MTS Law was set up with adequate infrastructure to afford clients smooth transition from the old to the new law firm. MTS Law opened its doors to clients in March 2010.
Meet the Business Owner
Mary Lyn Sanga
Mary received her Bachelor of Laws degree in April 2000 from the University of the Philippines. She passed the bar on her first try and was admitted to practice in May 2001. Mary joined Follosco Morallos & Herce as an Associate Lawyer in October 2000. Putting in hard work and long hours, she developed a well-rounded practice in business-related areas encompassing corporation, tax consultancy and appellate tax litigation, labor standards and relations, domestic and foreign investments, and contracts. Mary left her position as Senior Associate Lawyer in the firm in February 2006 to migrate to the U.S.
In May 2008, Mary was admitted to practice law in California. She worked as an Associate Lawyer and later on as a Partner at Bander Law Firm, LLP until January 2010, practicing Immigration and boutique litigation. In March 2010, she established her own firm, and has since then concentrated on Immigration and Nationality law.
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