WHO WE ARE

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CHANTAL DUISTERS

Chantal is a member of the California State Bar, the American Bar Association, and the San Diego County Bar Association. In addition, she is also admitted to practice in the Southern District of the United States District Court.

Chantals' lifelong passion for serving others played an integral part in her her decision to help establish Duisters & Parvizi.  Dedicated to educate individuals on the importance of protecting their finances, Chantal strives to ensure the wishes of all are not only maintained but also carried through in the event they were to become legally incapacitated.

Chantal has been practicing law for in excess of a decade after graduating with her Juris Doctorate Degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2013 following her extensive vocational experience spanning back to 2010.

Chantal has also represented numerous governmental and public agencies, along side of representing various professionals in malpractice suits as well as having experience in civil litigation.

NASTARAN PARVIZI

Prior to co-founding Duisters & Parvizi, Nastaran worked for one of the most renowned criminal defense attorneys assisting in the defense of several high-profile cases, including cases involving celebrity clients.


After witnessing first-hand the devastation of losing a loved one, the failure to plan ahead, and the many important decisions that need to be made during a grief-stricken time, Nastaran recognized the need to assist individuals and families with preserving their life-long assets.  As a result, she shifted her focus from criminal to civil, pursuing her passion of estate planning while remaining dedicated to helping individuals.

Nastaran attended Georgia State University, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she was the recipient of the Jefferson Scholarship and received her Juris Doctorate degree.  During her studies she also attended Guanghua Law School (Zhejiang University) in Hangzhou, China as a visiting scholar.