Evie P. Jeang
Founder & Managing Partner, Ideal Legal Group
A Taiwanese-American litigator practicing for nearly 15 years, Evie P. Jeang, who is the Founder and Managing Partner of Ideal Legal Group, Inc., focuses her practice on helping families and couples in a range of matters, including child custody and support, guardianship, legal separation, division of property and restraining orders. Ms. Jeang is one of the few attorneys who understands firsthand how to handle the complex matters of international family law. She also specializes in handling divorce cases, specifically international divorce, where she has an in-depth understanding of both the legal and cultural ramifications of this unique type of family law.
Additionally, Ms. Jeang has experience handling immigration, employment and labor law, and workers compensation cases. Regularly representing domestic and international companies in business disputes, Ms. Jeang provides legal advice to international business owners and executives seeking entrance into the U.S. market on labor, employment, workers compensation and contract law. She serves as counsel to numerous small- and mid-sized companies and hospitals in Southern California. Ms. Jeang is also the CEO and founder of Surrogacy Concierges, which has carved a niche in helping families navigate the intricate laws governing international surrogacy, in vitro fertilization and the freezing of eggs and embryos. Ms. Jeang is the only attorney in California with both professional and personal experience with surrogacy.
Her charitable work includes a non-profit project, Raised By A Village, which focuses on children of divorced families to ensure that the children feel loved despite the divorce. She is active with minority-owned businesses in the Los Angeles area, and serves as the 2nd Vice President for the Asian Youth Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of Asian immigrants and at-risk low income and adjudicated youth. Ms. Jeang also serves on the Asian Pacific Islander Alumni Board at the University of California. She is licensed to practice law in California and New York and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese.