What is important to you is important to us.

We focus our strategy on the issues that are important to you, with an eye toward resolving those issues through settlement where possible.

Rather than a “fight and win at all costs” approach (which can increase the cost of litigation), our approach is to “strategize and resolve” as many issues as possible outside of court in order to reduce the high cost of litigation.

As parents, spouses and siblings, we understand the human aspect of family law, and we care about our clients. We keep you informed throughout each step of your case, and we explain the process, your options and your rights so you can make informed choices.

Our calm, patient and pragmatic approach have helped clients transition through a tumultuous time into calmer waters. Please read our testimonials to see how we have helped clients transition to the next phase of their lives.

Ashley C. Sedaghat


Ashley Sedaghat is a partner of Orange Coast Family Law, APC. She brings to the firm over 16 years of family law experience and is passionately dedicated to helping others in times of need. She is a skilled writer, a determined advocate and brings a sense of calm to the most difficult of situations. Clients appreciate her thoughtful and detailed analysis of their legal issues and concerns. Her care and attentiveness shine through in her communication with clients.

She has dedicated her post-doctorate career to the field of family law and has an undergraduate degree in criminal justice. She is a member of the California Lawyers Association – Family Law Section, Orange County Bar Association, Orange County Women Lawyers Association, Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County, and the Mommy Esquire Committee of the OCBA.  Ashley previously worked with the Victim Assistance Program in Orange County, the Orange County Probation Department and the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Domestic Violence Clinic in Long Beach.

When not assisting her clients, she enjoys the beach, movies, cooking and staying fit with the Peloton. She is a master multitasker managing both her professional and family life.


Juris Doctor

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Bachelor of Arts

California State University, Fullerton

Selected as a “Lawyer of Distinction” in 2019.

June Lee


June Lee is a partner of Orange Coast Family Law, APC.  During law school, June served as a staff editor of the University of La Verne Law Review and was a recipient of the National Order of Scribes Award for excellence in legal writing. June also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Justice Jeffrey King of the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District.

June is passionate about advocating for families, especially children. During law school, she advocated for the educational rights of children when she served as a law clerk for the Disability Rights Legal Center. She also assisted families seeking asylum when she served as a law clerk for the Justice and Immigration Clinic. After law school, June continued to focus on her passion for advocating for families and has exclusively dedicated her career to the practice of family law.

June is Korean-American and speaks conversational Korean. She is an active member of the legal community and involved in the following associations: National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Orange County Asian American Bar Association, Orange County Bar Association (OCBA), Orange County Women Lawyers Association, the Mommy Esquire Committee of the OCBA and California Lawyers Association – Family Law Section.

She enjoys reading, drawing and exploring different cuisines.


Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude

University of La Verne

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

University of California, Riverside

Lucy Cole

Associate Attorney

Lucy Cole is an associate attorney at Orange Coast Family Law, APC. She has focused her practice exclusively on family law since graduating with Honors from the Civil Litigation & Advocacy Practicum at Loyola Law School Los Angeles.

Lucy is originally from London, England where she graduated with Honors from the University of North London with a concentration in English Literature. She is lucky enough to have dual citizenship and enjoys spending time with her family who continue to reside in the United Kingdom.

During law school, Lucy honed her legal research and writing skills as an editor of the International and Comparative Law Review of Loyola Law School.

She is a persistent and loyal advocate for her clients and prides herself in her sensitive and detail driven approach.

In her spare time, she enjoys healthy plant-based cooking and the Great Outdoors.


Juris Doctor

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles