Mission Viejo attorney William Hans Oei was disbarred by the California Supreme Court on Friday, July 14, 2023, for his misdemeanor conviction of battery and entering and occupying property without the consent of the owner.

The case is entitled “In re William Hans Oei,” and was brought by the State Bar of California through the Office of Chief Trial Counsel, case no. SBC-22-C-30571.

In a complaint dated March 11, 2022, Oei was charged with one count of battery and one count of trespass – occupation by squatter which stemmed from a September 30, 2021, incident wherein Oei willfully and unlawfully use force and violence upon a person named Parvesh, and entered and occupied a property without the consent of the owner, Parvesh.

Thereafter, on March 28, 2022, Oei was convicted before the Superior Court in Orange County for both charges.

Oei’s records of conviction were transmitted to the State Bar Court on June 20, 2022.

Court documents further revealed that Oei neither responded to the Notice of Hearing on Conviction nor to the Ruling on Conviction, hence, the State Bar moved to disbar Oei on default.

Accordingly, the Supreme Court of California, upon consideration of the foregoing facts and discussion, entered an order disbarring Oei from the practice of law.

Monetary sanctions in the amount of $5,000 were assessed against Oei, and the costs were awarded to the State Bar.

Mr. William Hans Oei attended Loyola Law School. He practiced in Mission Viejo, prior to the disbarment, and he has been admitted to practice in California in 2003, license #229455. Oei’s info can be found on the State Bar of California page.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.