The Malibu Lawyer (Law Office of Ian Roven)
Attorney - Bitcoin & BlockchainAttorney - Business Attorney - Real Estate Attorney - Virtual & eSports
Raised in Malibu, California, Ian Roven, is a Licensed Attorney with the State Bar of California and is the Founding Attorney at the Law Office of Ian Roven. Ian's 21st century style firm practices in Business, Real Estate, Blockchain, Virtual and eSports law. Conveniently located in Malibu, California, the Law Office of Ian Roven provides a prime location for clients to not have to fight through traffic (or other Angelinos) in order to resolve their legal issues.
Ian takes the collaborative approach to his law practice for three reasons:
(1) its saves his clients their hard-earned money;
(2) it allows for Ian to focus on his clients’ legal issues; and
(3) working in tandem is exponentially more efficient than working solo.
For more information, please contact us on our website: http://www.ianroven.com/contact/
- Small Business Law
- Real Estate Law
- Blockchain Law
- eSports Law
- Non Profit Law
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