Mr. Bustamante is an attorney at Kublan Khan, PLC practicing family, immigration, and criminal defense law. Fluent in Spanish, Mr. Bustamante joined Kublan Khan, PLC after working as a Juvenile & Domestic Relations (“J&DR”) Prosecutor for the Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office for several years, handling countless district court trials and several circuit court jury trials, including misdemeanors and serious felonies. Mr. Bustamante’s time as a J&DR prosecutor exposed him to special matters of domestic violence, juvenile crimes, and serious felony & gang crimes.
At Kublan Khan, Mr. Bustamante handles immigration cases such as Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) Status custody cases, as well as asylum and removal hearings. Family cases such as uncontested and contested divorces, including child custody and support. In criminal defense, Mr. Bustamante handles, but not exclusively, domestic violence cases (assault & batteries, abductions, strangulations, protective orders, etc.) and will serve as Victim’s Counsel where applicable. His extensive knowledge of misdemeanors and felonies, generally, qualifies him to take on your complex case.
Mr. Bustamante obtained his Bachelor’s from the University of Massachusetts and Juris Doctorate degree from the New England Law | Boston (NELB). While at NELB, he practiced under the supervision of a licensed attorney for indigent clients in matters including eviction and tenant disputes, bankruptcy and foreclosures, criminal expungements, and criminal defense with the local public defender’s office. After graduating from law school, Mr. Bustamante began his legal career by working in contract law, personal injury, and general tort litigation in the Commonwealth of Virginia & District of Columbia courts.
When not representing clients, Mr. Bustamante enjoys long distance runs in beautiful county trails with his dog and spending time with his wife by exploring the best restaurants the DMV’s area has to offer. A native of Massachusetts, he also enjoys cheering for his hometown teams while in enemy territory.
- University of Massachusetts - J.D.
New England Law | Boston (NELB)