Ana M. Storey
Executive Director Ana M. Storey joined Levitt & Quinn after serving as the Director of Client & Community Services at Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA), where she litigated custody and civil domestic violence cases. In her 15 years with LAFLA, Ms. Storey rose to serve as the Directing Attorney of the Family Law Unit, then Managing Attorney of Family Law, Consumer Law, and sharing responsibility for the Self-Help Legal Access Centers, and finally as a Director. Ms. Storey has worked closely with other legal services providers, private bar attorneys, and the bench, to increase services to low-income litigants and to educate the community about their rights and responsibilities. The Legal Aid Association of California recognized her in 2010 with their Family Law Award in Direct Representation. Ms. Storey has written on a variety of issues, including effective management practices, contested probate guardianship matters, protecting undocumented immigrants from abuse and notario fraud.
Ms. Storey serves on the Loyola Law School’s Alumni Association Board of Governors and on the steering committee for the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s High School Mentoring Program at Washington Prep High School Law Academy. Ms. Storey is a former member of the California State Bar’s Family Law Executive Committee, where she chaired the Affirmative/Developing Legislation Committee. She is a former president of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association and remains actively involved with the organization; in 2016, she was named Guest of Honor at the organization’s annual “Celebrating Latinas in the Legal Community.” Ms. Storey is a former chair of the Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Council’s Systems Improvement Committee.
Director of Operations
Director of Operations Sharon Hulse graduated from U.C.L.A. with a B.A. in Economics/Business and earned her law degree at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. Ms. Hulse began her career at Levitt Quinn Family Law Center as a volunteer attorney in 1994 and joined the staff in 2003. Ms. Hulse served as Executive Director from 2007 to 2012 and stepped down in 2012 to spend more time with her family and focus on her adoption practice. Ms. Hulse’s practice is made up primarily of Independent Adoptions and Stepparent Adoptions and she had completed nearly 1,000 adoptions at Levitt Quinn. Ms. Hulse serves as co-chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee and the Pro Bono Committee of the Family Law Courts.
Director of Legal Services
Director of Legal Services Lucia Reyes has dedicated her professional career to public interest law serving low-income working-poor families. Lucia began her career at Levitt Quinn as a law clerk and continued to serve low-income families as an Equal Justice Works Fellow from 2002-2004. In 2004 Ms. Reyes joined Levitt Quinn as a Staff Attorney and since that time her practice has focuses on adoption. Ms. Reyes has completed over 1000 adoptions. Ms. Reyes serves as Chair of the Adoption Committee of the State Bar Family Law Executive Committee and is a member of the Academy of California Adoption Lawyers. She was a member of the Family Law Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.