About Us
Ralph M. Tsong
Ralph Tsong is an attorney with eighteen years of experience. He began his career with national employment law firm Littler Mendelson in Chicago and was an associate attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. He honed his trial skills working for public law centers Asian Law Alliance in San Jose and Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. Ralph then spent a decade as an attorney representing California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Department of Industrial Relations and U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

Licensed to practice in California and Illinois, Ralph is trained in a variety of practice areas and ready to bring his legal expertise to clients worldwide. 

He is on the board of directors of the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association, the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Committee of American Bar Association, Family Law Section, and the Bioethics Committee and Diversity in the Profession Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Ralph is a member of numerous organizations including the Society for Ethical Egg Donation and Surrogacy, the Long Beach-Yokkaichi Sister Cities Board, the Long Beach Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, and the National Asian Pacific Islander Bar Association.

Ralph Tsong is on Donor Concierge's list of recommended ART lawyers.
Principal Attorney
J.D., The Law School at University of Chicago​​

B.S., magna cum laude, College of William & Mary
Mark Hirabayashi has over 35 years of experience as a lawyer. He has built a successful practice of adoption law, completing thousands of successful adoptions. Mark's service has been recognized by the LA County Board of Supervisors who have proclaimed him a "Foster Care Hero." 

Mark has also received the Plaque of Appreciation from the McKinley Children’s Center Foster Family & Adoption Agency and the Stars in Adoption Award presented by Olive Crest. 

Mark is a member of the Academy of California Adoption Lawyers where he has previously served as vice president.  Mark is a highly respected attorney in the adoption community. He enjoys playing ukulele for a Hawaiian musician's group.
Mark J. Hirabayashi
Of Counsel
J.D., University of California Hastings School of Law

B.A., University of California, Los Angeles
Fred Tong has been a registered patent attorney with the USPTO since 2004.  Fred graduated from Whittier Law School Cum Laude in 2005.  After law school, Fred worked as an in-house counsel in Culver City at Discus Dental, LLC handling intellectual property and business matters until its acquisition by Koninklijke Philips N.V. 

Following the Philips acquisition, Fred worked at Den-Mat Holdings, LLC handling intellectual property and business matters until 2016. Fred now provides his expertise in intellectual property and business matters to business of all sizes.  In addition to being a registered patent attorney, Fred is a licensed real estate agent in the state of California and a notary public. 

Fred is a member of the Signal Hill Chamber of Commerce, Orange County Bar Association and the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association.
Fred Tong
Of Counsel
J.D., Whittier Law School

B.S., University of California, Los Angeles
​​Sabrina Li specializes in United States Immigration Law and is located in Los Angeles, California. Sabrina is an advocate for immigrant’s rights and has assisted hundreds of immigrants in their pursuit of the American dream. 

Sabrina provides legal assistance in various U.S. immigration matters to clients worldwide. She is fluent both in English and Mandarin Chinese.

Sabrina has a 2016 award for 10 best immigration attorneys from American Institute of Legal Counsel. She is a member of the American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyer Association, Southern California Chapter, and the American Institute of Legal Counsel. 

Sabrina has been admitted to practice in California and New York.
Sabrina Li
Of Counsel
L.L.M., University of Southern California School of Law

B.S., University of Beijing Normal University
Danielle Greenstein graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in May 2017.  She went on to take the Florida Bar Exam and is licensed to practice in Florida and California. Danielle can assist intended parents and surrogates or donors in Florida and California.

While in law school, Danielle served as the Marshal for Phi Alpha Delta and was the President of the Law Student Transfer Organization where she helped new students connect with the law school community.  Furthermore, she was active on the Journal of Law and Public Policy, where she published her article, “A Landlord’s Obligation to Protect a Renter’s Personal Identification and Financial Information from Identity Thieves.”  In addition to her campus involvement, Danielle gained experience working in boutique law firms ranging from interacting with clients to case development.  Understanding the importance of gaining “real life experience” before graduating from law school, Danielle externed for the Honorable Roy L. Paul at the Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse where she was able to observe and work with civil cases, and complicated probate and family law cases. 

During her free time, Danielle volunteers with the Short Stop program which aims to curb juvenile crime in the Long Beach area by intervening in the lives of at-risk youth.  Danielle is also a dad joke enthusiast and loves sharing her jokes while exploring new restaurants in the Los Angeles area.
Danielle Greenstein

Of Counsel
Admitted to practice in Florida and California
J.D., Levin School of Law at University of Florida

B.A., University of Florida

Grace Pak is a recent graduate of Southwestern Law School, where she served as President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, President of Teen Court, and Treasurer of Delta Theta Phi.  She has also been on APABA’s Board of Governors in the Social Chair Committee since 2016.

Grace was recently a certified law clerk for the Riverside County Public Defender and externed for the Honorable Fred J. Fujioka at the Sylmar Juvenile Courthouse and the Honorable Tim Saito at the Edelman Children’s Court working with the Adoption processes and family unification.  She has also clerked at the civil litigation law firm Salisian|Lee LLP. 

She has received the Judge Ronald S.W. Lew Scholarship, the M. Dick Osumi Civil Rights and Public Interest Scholarship, the Lim Ruger Scholarship, and multiple Wildman/Schumacher Merit Based Scholarships.  After receiving her B.A in English Literature at UCLA, she worked as an educator before commencing law school.

Grace E. Pak

Of Counsel

J.D., Southwestern Law School

B.A., University of California, Los Angeles

Lei was born in China and she has studied diverse subjects in law for 6 years in China, including Marriage and Family Law, Contracts, Torts, Property, and Criminal Law. Lei interned as a law clerk in People’s Republic Court in China in 2010, where she gained experience working with divorce, marriage relationship. She worked as a legal assistant in a legal law firm in 2012.

Lei furthered her studies at UC Davis in 2014. She has solid legal knowledge in Family Law, Marital Property, Immigration Law, Contracts, Surrogacy, Adoption, Custody & Guardianship, Pre-marital Agreement, Divorce, Copyright and Trademark. 

She is a former volunteer of Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center, where she helped low income clients with their legal problems in Divorce, Guardianship, Custody and Adoption.

Lei is admitted to practice in New York.

Lei Bai (白蕾)
Associate Attorney
Admitted to practice in New York only
J.D., School of Law at University of California, Davis
Master of Law, School of Law at Huaqiao University

B.A., School of Law at Henan University