Law Offices of

Honors & Awards

"Top Attorney” in Family Law – Pasadena Magazine 2012, 2013 and 2014
​Best Business in San Gabriel Valley, Immigration Law - 2014

Top Women Attorneys in southern California, Los Angeles Magazine - 2015
Meisa Banh, Esq.
Founder and Managing Partner
 Law Offices of Meisa Banh
801 S. Garfield Avenue, Suite 100B
Alhambra, CA 91801
Phone:  626-344-8933

​Rising Stars, Super Lawyers - 2015

​Harvey L. and Lillian Silbert Fellowship Grant

Memberships & Affiliations

Pasadena Bar Association 
​San Gabriel Valley Bar Association
​Los Angeles County Bar Association
Ms. Banh is the founder and managing partner of the Law Offices of Meisa Banh and emphasizes her practice in family and immigration law. Nominated as Pasadena Magazine’s Top Attorney in Family Law for 2012 and 2013, Ms. Banh has successfully represented hundreds of clients in all aspects of family law. Having parents that were once immigrants themselves, Ms. Banh also dedicates her practice to helping immigrants remain in the United States. Prior to starting her own firm, Ms. Banh was an Associate at Ideal Legal Group, Inc. handling family law cases from its inception to its resolution. Additionally, Ms. Banh was an Associate at Levin, Margolin, and Itzkowitz, a family law firm in Beverly Hills specializing in complex family law litigation.
​ Before practicing law, Ms. Banh had the privilege of serving as an extern for Commissioner Gretchen Taylor (Ret.), of the Los Angeles Superior Court, Family Law Division. Ms. Banh has also clerked for the A.D.I.L.A. Law Group, a complex immigration litigation firm, and the National Immigration Law Center. 

Ms. Banh earned her undergraduate degree from CaliforniaState Polytechnic University, Pomona, where she was on the President and Dean’s Honor Lists, and a member of the Golden State Honor’s Society. Ms. Banh went on to receive her law degree from Southwestern University School of Law. While at Southwestern, Ms. Banh was one of two recipients of the prestigious Harvey L. and Lillian Silbert Fellowship Grant, and officers of the General Relief Advocacy Project and the Asian Pacific Student Law Association.
​ Her mission is to provide each client with close personal attention. Her extensive experience aids her in developing innovative solutions as she champions the best interests for her clients and their loved ones.
Ms. Banh is fluent in Cantonese Chinese, and licensed to practice law in California. During her off-time, Ms. Banh enjoys volunteering her services at the Harriet Buhai Family Law Center and at legal clinics in Los Angeles.