building community with our clients


Ana M. Storey
Executive Director

Sharon Hulse
Director of Operations

Lucia Reyes
Director of Legal Services


Becky Miller
Supervising Attorney

Elvia D. Cruz
Staff Attorney

Samuel Martinez
Staff Attorney

Coordinating Staff

Karina Carrera
Legal Assistant

Karen Remigio

Destin Bigsby
Office Administrator


Ana M. StoreyExecutive Director
Ana began her legal career as a Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles staff attorney in 2000, litigating custody and civil domestic violence cases. In her 15 years with LAFLA, Ana served in various management positions, with her final role as the inaugural Director of Client & Community Services. The Legal Aid Association of California recognized Ana in 2010 with their Family Law Award in Direct Representation. Ana serves on the board of California Women Lawyers and on the USC Price School of Public Policy Alumni Association. Ana is a former member of the ABA’s Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence, as well as the California State Bar’s Family Law Executive Committee, where she chaired the Affirmative/Developing Legislation Committee. She is a former two-term president of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association. Ana earned her B.S. cum laude in Public Policy & Management from USC, and her law degree from Loyola Law School. Ana has one adult son. She enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, gardening, and travel.
Sharon HulseDirector of Operations
Sharon Hulse is Director of Operations of Levitt and Quinn. Sharon graduated from U.C.L.A. with a B.A. in Economics/Business. She then went on to study at Loyola Law School. Sharon started as a volunteer attorney in 1994 at LQ. In 2003, Sharon was asked by the Board to join the staff of LQ as an office manager/staff attorney. Along with her duties as a Director of Operations, Sharon still maintains a small attorney practice which consists of primarily Independent Adoptions.
Lucia ReyesDirector of Legal Services
Lucia Reyes graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a double major in Sociology and Chicano Studies. After graduating from Loyola Law School, Lucia received a two-year fellowship with Equal Justice Works, during which time she started an Adoption Program at LevittQuinn Family Law Center and wrote an adoption manual for attorneys interested in doing pro bono private adoptions. In addition to her director duties, Lucia is LQ’s Adoption Litigation Attorney and is often court-appointed to represent minor children in private adoption matters and family law matters.Lucia served on the California State Bar’s Family Law Executive Committee as Legislative Liaison for Adoption/Assisted Reproductive Technologies Law from 2011 to 2018. She is also a member of the Academy of California Adoption Lawyers. In 2016, Lucia was honored with the Legal Aid Association of California Family Law Award for Direct Representation in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the family law community and exemplary work helping California’s families.