Vivian Carrasco Hosp
Vivian Carrasco Hosp has sophisticated legal experience in the fields of Family Law, Trusts and Estates, Business, Taxation, Entertainment, and Real Property. Ms. Hosp handles a wide range of complex family law matters, including Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, contentious custody and paternity proceedings, and high net-worth dissolution of marriage proceedings.
Ms. Hosp graduated cum laude from Boston College in 2006, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies and Art History. At Boston College, she was recognized as a Gates Millennium Scholar. Ms. Hosp received her law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, in 2009, and was admitted to practice in California that same year. At Loyola, Ms. Hosp participated in the 2008 Scott Moot Court Competition. Out of nearly 130 participants, her brief was selected as a “Top Ten Brief” and she subsequently was invited to serve on Loyola’s Scott Moot Honors Board as Associate Chief Justice for the 2008-2009 school year.
Ms. Hosp recently co-authored the following articles and learning materials:
- Co-Author: Mediation Confidentiality vs. Breach of Spousal Fiduciary Duty: The Clash of Enshrined Public Policy Titans, California Family Law Monthly, June 2012
- Co-Author: Broadening The Scope Of Current Income Available For Purposes Of Calculating Support, Los Angeles County Bar Association Family Law Symposium, May 19, 2012
- Co-Author: Family Law and Estate Planning Crossover Issues, University of California, Los Angeles/Continuing Education of the Bar Tax & Estate Planning Conference, May 12, 2012
Ms. Hosp has also lectured numerous times at Loyola Law School Family Law classes regarding current family law issues.
Ms. Hosp is currently a member of the State Bar of California and the Family Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Beverly Hills Bar Association.
Ms. Hosp is also an acclaimed oil painter, and has exhibited her work in numerous art exhibitions throughout Southern California and Mexico.