Diaz & Gaeta Law, is a bilingual firm that represents cases in regards to immigration, criminal defense, personal injuries, and family cases. We offer honest representation and full dedication of each case at reasonable prices. Our community inspires us to be different to defend the rights of our clients better than others. We commit ourselves to each client, to be honest, and explain the legal options to our open customers. We hope that every client can sit comfortably with the understanding of their legal rights so that they can make informed decisions along with their attorney.
Giovanni Diaz, Esq.
Giovanni Diaz is a native of Marietta, Georgia. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Kennesaw State University, where his college experience was less about the classroom and more about experiential learning through expeditions to other countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil. This “wandering” period allowed him to develop a unique and well-rounded world view by the time he obtained his Law Degree from the Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, Mississippi. As an attorney, Diaz has handled hundreds of deportation proceedings including master hearings, bond hearings, and Individual hearings. He has strong working relationships with immigration judges, ICE officials, and government attorneys which helps him get a favorable outcome for his clients.
Diaz is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where they promote continual learning and professional development of its members.
Zachary Gaeta, Esq.
Zachary Gaeta was born in Chicago, IL and received his law degree in a law school in Minnesota. He graduated from University of Georgia where he double majored. Since his academic studies in law school, Zachary gravitated toward leadership roles where he served as President of the Latino Law Student Association and an elected representative for student body government. Zachary served as a prosecutor with the Clayton County Solicitor General’s office and now uses his unique prosecution experience to help defend his clients in criminal, family and personal injury cases.
Zachary is an active member or American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA) and Georgia Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (GACDL) where he has tutored continuing legal education for other attorneys. In addition to being barred in state courts around Georgia, Zachary Gaeta is also barred in Georgia Appeals Court, Supreme Court of Georgia, and Federal District Courts of North Georgia and Middle Georgia.
Rianna Misha Cohen, Esq.
Rianna “Misha” Cohen is a native of Atlanta, GA. She left Atlanta to attend Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida for her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development. Cohen spent some time after college pursuing her love of travel and immersion in new cultures by living in South Korea, Israel, and Costa Rica. Through her work and time abroad, she developed a passion for helping others, which led her to pursue a career in immigration law. This eventually brought her back home to Atlanta where she earned her Juris Doctorate from the Georgia State University College of Law graduating with honors. While in law school, she completed a graduate research assistantship in Labor and Employment Law and Employment Discrimination and an externship in criminal law.
Before joining Diaz & Gaeta Law, Cohen practiced immigration and criminal defense in a large private firm as well as in a non-profit organization. Her experience includes representing clients in a variety of matters, including family-based petitions, removal defense, and humanitarian remedies. Cohen is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Associations (AILA) and the State Bar of Georgia. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, hiking with her dog Onyx, and traveling the world.
Rianna Cohen would love to meet you and promises to provide you with the best quality service and attention you deserve.
Miluska was born and raised in Peru and moved to Miami in 2005. She completed her A.S. in Paralegal Studies ABA-Approved at Miami Dade College in 2013. Miluska moved to Georgia in 2013 and has worked as an Immigration Paralegal ever since. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Linguistics and ESL from Georgia State University. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and speaks conversational Portuguese. Miluska has experience in removal proceedings for detained and non-detained people as well as USCIS applications. She loves her job and really enjoys helping others. In her spare time, Miluska loves spending time with her family and pets, and enjoys nature, traveling, and reading.
Joselin Cervantes is a hardworking and ambitious bilingual paralegal pursuing a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She started her career as a banker, but soon realized that her passion lay in the legal profession. At Diaz & Gaeta, she not only manages the immigration department, but she also supports the intake department. When Joselin is not busy training new employees, or managing her immigration case load. She enjoys spending time with her family and her fiancé. Together, they travel to their native hometown in Guanajuato, Mexico for family gatherings and events.
Daniela Salgado was born and raised in Honduras, moving to the U.S. in 2011. She earned a Law degree from the Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (UNITEC) in March of 2015, and intends to pursue a Master of Laws degree which will give her the credentials needed to practice law in the US. She focuses on immigration cases with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Daniela is fluent in English and Spanish.
Silvia was born in Tampico, Mexico, and came to the United States in 2001. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Foreign Languages and International Trade, and in 2010 began her career as a Paralegal to support attorneys in different areas of the law. Silvia joined the Diaz & Gaeta team as the Criminal Defense Paralegal to help defend clients’ rights. She enjoys working out, outdoor activities, traveling, and meeting with friends.
Nancy A. Crambert
Nancy A Crambert is a Spanish interpreter and certified paralegal who joined Diaz & Gaeta in 2018. As an undergraduate student, she studied history. As a graduate student, she studied organizational development. After graduating, Nancy returned to school to become a certified paralegal. Since becoming an interpreter and certified paralegal, Nancy has worked in Hawaii, California, and Georgia. While working in the legal field, she has handled legal matters involving personal injury, construction law, contract law, family law, and international law.
During her spare time, Nancy enjoys being involved in her children’s school related activities, as well as spending time with her husband and golden retrievers. Nancy intends to retake the LSAT exam, and once she is ready to retire, she plans to go back to her native country, Costa Rica.
Alejandra was born in Mexico City, Mexico, but was raised in Cobb County where she graduated high school. Immediately after high school, she enrolled in college where she is pursuing a degree in logistics. Knowing that a degree alone cannot prepare an individual for a career, she decided to join the firm as an intake specialist . She has assisted all of our legal departments within the firm, but she is looking forward to managing her own personal injury cases in the foreseeable future
We know that our clients work very hard and that the cost of legal services often represents a great sacrifice. That’s why we offer flexible plans and also payment plans to help our clients. Our first consultation is always free, and we do not charge for extra services like expenses for copies, emails, and other details that could arise in your case.