Ms. Marraccini received her Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Oregon in political science with a minor in business administration.  She received her Juris Doctorate from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.  While in law school she interned for the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Ms. Marraccini returned to the Bay Area, where she grew up, to practice law.  She has practiced family law since graduating law school.  For many years she also practiced in the area of complex civil litigation, representing clients in courts throughout the greater Bay Area.  

Her experience allows her to assist her clients in navigating all aspects of litigation effectively, including dispute resolution, mediation, arbitration and trials, in a manner which secures the best outcome for each individual client based or their particular goals. 

Ms. Marraccini understands that every divorce and custody case is as unique as your family, and there is not a one-size-fits-all solution.  Some cases can be resolved without ever going to court through agreements of the parties.  When possible, it is always preferable to resolve cases in this manner.  However, some cases cannot be resolved between the parties and require the assistance of a mediator or judge.  In these cases, Ms. Marraccini uses her extensive trial experience to guide clients through the process and vigorously represent the client’s position.  




·       State Bar of California

·       United States District Court

·       United States Court of Appeals 9thCircuit

Activities and Associations

·       State Bar of California Family Law Section

·       Contra Costa County Bar Association

·       Contra Costa County Family Law Section

·       Volunteer as a mediator for the Contra Costa Family Law pro-per settlement conference  calendar

·       Contra Costa County Women’s Section, Board of Directors member

·       Robert G. McGrath Inns of Court, Board of Directors member

·       Junior League of Oakland- East Bay



·       The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

·       University of Oregon