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Attorney James H. Lou
Attorney James H. Lou

James H. Lou


James H. Lou joined Morgan Tidalgo Sukhodrev & Azzolino LLP in 2019 and has practiced family law in California since 2015. He has handled family law litigation matters involving issues of child custody, child support, spousal support, date of separation, asset division, debt division, separate property tracing, reimbursement claims, enforcement of orders, and other issues. He has worked extensively to help clients characterize, value, and divide assets including closely held businesses, publicly traded and privately held stocks, real estate, and pensions/retirements. Mr. Lou has further worked on cases which turned on complex issues at the intersection of family law with tax or securities law, as well as cases involving disputes regarding jurisdiction/forum, including an international custody case. He enjoys working closely with clients to resolve high-conflict situations and protect clients’ economic interests as well as their personal well-being.

Mr. Lou graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law in 2014, where he specialized in business and taxation law and worked as a managing editor for the Pacific Basin Law Journal and the Entertainment Law Review. During law school at UCLA, he regularly assisted at legal aid clinics serving indigent clients regarding a variety of matters, including expungement of criminal records.

Mr. Lou also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Mathematics from New York University, from which he graduated in 2011 and where he was a collegiate research scholar. He holds diverse interests in areas including cosmology, history, economic policy, and geography, and is always excited and happy to engage in a conversation about interesting topics.

When not practicing law, James is an avid player of the ancient strategy board game Go (also known as Weiqi or Baduk), and regularly competes in Go tournaments across California and the United States. In 2022, he attended the US Go Congress in Estes Park, Colorado, where he competed in the US Open tournament, and he looks forward to competing in the future at additional US Go Congresses and the European Go Congress. James also loves traveling, hiking, and exploring natural and beautiful places.