Goyette & Associates
A full-service law firm delivering on integrity and excellence for over 25 years.
Makes Us Different
Goyette & Associates, Inc. (G&A) has provided world-class legal services across the state of California. Our firm has a proven track-record of success representing 5,000+ clients on both the defendant and plaintiff sides of a wide range of issues.
Labor and Employment Law
Keeping your legal rights protected at your job is our job as Labor and Employment Lawyers.
Retirement, Health & Disability
G&A offers complete solutions for those seeking to retire due to work-related injuries.
G&A is proud to provide both employee and employer representation; filing lawsuits on behalf of employees, helping employers build, grow and defend their businesses.
G&A’s estate planning lawyers can help you determine the best way to secure your assets, protect their families and find peace of mind.
G&A’s license defense lawyers have advised thousands of professionals on license or credential defense matters, including physicians, nurses, paramedics, EMTs, LVNs and teachers.
Contact Goyette & Associates for your free case evaluation.
In California, wage claims can be filed by employees (and have to be defended by employers) in one of two ways: 1) as claims in the CA Labor Commissioner process; or 2) as traditional civil actions in Court.
Employees cannot file wage claims with the Labor Commissioner and file a lawsuit in Court against the same employer for the same wage issues; only one of the two possible methods of pursuing wage-related damages must be chosen.
As a key segment of essential workers, correctional employees and Supervisors have seen the risks and demands of their essential jobs impacted immensely. Correctional Supervisors are tasked with maintaining the safety, security, and well-being of our...
Top 10 Reasons to Revisit Your Estate PlanBy: Rafael Ruano, Esq. Did you know that you should consider dusting off and revisiting your estate plan every 3 to 5 years at a minimum? Yes, we encourage all our clients to periodically review their estate...
What Happens if I Die Without an Estate Plan in California?By: Rafael Ruano, Esq. and Caitlyn Andrijich, J.D. Probate If you die without an estate plan, it is likely that your estate will need to go through probate. A probate is a judicial process...
Paul has the ability to fight the good fight and not only see through the distractions, but help others see through the distractions. Thanks to him, I was able to move in to a better position with the police department, and even achieve a promotion. I am so much happier, thanks Paul.