Rachel A. King is an attorney through and through. Raised in a family of attorneys, Rachel has spent her life learning the law. She not only received her Juris Doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, but she served in the Army as a paralegal and Communication Specialist.
Outside of her practice, Rachel is devoted and highly active in her community. She developed the Attorney Mentor Program within the Southwest Valley Youth Court (where she also volunteers as a mentor), and spends a lot of time giving back to elementary schools, senior centers, assisted living centers and non-profits. Her latest endeavors include the opening of a non-profit that will provide scholarships to students who are granted the student of the month award in their schools. This penchant for community outreach led Rachel to become the Murrieta Entrepreneur of the Year in 2016. That same year, she also won the award for Medium Business of the Year.
Rachel remains an active member in good standing with the State Bar of California, Riverside County Bar Association, Southwest Bar Association, Richard T. Fields Bar Association, American Bar Association, and Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and is a proud founding member of the Douglas County Bar Association in Douglas County, Nevada.
Above all else, Rachel is committed to the legal success of her clients. She guarantees their interests will always come first and believes communication is essential for a successful attorney-client relationship. In order to insure her clients are comfortable, Rachel keeps them fully aware of the status of their case and goes above and beyond to remain personally available through text and email whenever they need her.
Breonne HalcovichLegal Secretary
After 14 years in multiple, diverse industries, Breonne Halcovich joined King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. in December of 2017 as a Legal Secretary. Originally from Chino Hills, CA, she moved to Murrieta in 2017. She is married to her husband Ryan, mother to her son Jayden and step-mom to Aiden and Lucas.
King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc., Breonne assists clients and supports the attorneys and paralegal with daily tasks, manages schedules, implements procedures to enhance client communications, and oversees the administrative duties necessary to keep the office running efficiently.
In addition to her administrative duties, Bre also assists client’s by providing complimentary Notary Services.
Erin O'NeillOf Counsel for Immigration Matters
Erin O’Neill began working as Of Counsel for immigration Matters at King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. in October of 2018. She is barred by the State of Connecticut and is authorized to practice in federal immigration court nationwide.
Erin received her finance degree from Stonehill College in Massachusetts, which she parlayed into jobs at the State Street Bank in Boston, Massachusetts, and Bridgewater Associates, a global investment management firm in Westport, Connecticut. After four years, though, she realized she was looking for something where she could make a positive impact on the lives of others and believed practicing law was the ideal way to achieve that goal.
During her time in law school, Erin gained as much experience as possible, interning at the Office of the Public Defender and honing her mediation skills at the Judicial Family Services Office. One of the experiences she is most grateful for is her time under the guidance of very skilled and passionate attorneys at a small low bono firm in Connecticut, as it was here that she discovered her passion for immigration law.
She also became an active member of the International Human Rights Law Society, serving as President for two of her three years. As a member, she coordinated with other members to bring awareness to human rights issues and engage in public advocacy to make a difference in the global community. She also organized the group’s annual student-led trips to Nicaragua (and once to Guatemala), where she participated in the Annual International Comparative Law Conference, which joined together students and professionals from the United States and Nicaragua in discussions about the pertinent legal topics of the year.
For three and half years after graduating from Quinnipiac University School of Law in May of 2014, Erin worked for a small law firm in Connecticut, working on workers compensation and personal injury cases with a focus on immigration law. She moved to California in April of 2017 to establish the west coast branch of the Connecticut firm, Southern California Immigration Law Center.
Erin’s passion for helping others propels her to always give her full attention and share her positive attitude with each client. She is studying to take the California bar in February and is looking forward to expanding her horizons at King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc.