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Sarah Earnest

Paralegal / Office Manager
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Office: 760-571-5500

950 Boardwalk #304
San Marcos, California 92078

Sarah Earnest was born and raised in northern Virginia and moved to San Diego in 2003. She graduated from Guilford College in 2001 with a B.S. in Psychology and Criminal Justice. Sarah has worked in the legal field since 2003 as a Legal Secretary and Paralegal in transactional and intellectual property matters. In 2008 her paralegal duties expanded to include litigation cases, primarily involving business and contract disputes.

Since joining Walton Law Firm Sarah has enjoyed assisting the attorneys in personal injury, wrongful death, nursing home abuse and neglect, and commercial real estate litigation matters. She is involved in each case that comes into the office and interacts closely with the clients. In addition to assisting Mr. Walton as a Paralegal, she is also the Office Manager.

Sarah is also a licensed and bonded Notary Public and a member of the National Notary Association. She is available for notary services. 
Client Reviews
"Walton Law Firm was amazing. Very professional, but personal. Having a lawyer to make sure that everything is taken care of removed so much stress." - Wayne G., Encinitas
"After my husband was killed in a motorcycle accident, Randy was there from the moment I first called." - Suzanne S., Escondido
"Calling Randy was the best decision I could have made. He got me an excellent settlement that covered all my medical bills and put a sizable chunk of money in my pocket." - Erik S., San Marcos
"Truly as good as it gets, if not beyond great, for Randy Walton and his paralegal Sarah Earnest. He and she are both incredibly dedicated to what they do and I never felt I couldn't trust him." - Natalie T., Lake Elsinore
"Randy is a great lawyer and a better person. He went above and beyond the call of duty to reach a settlement in my case. He believed in my case when no one else did." - David C., San Diego