Thomas Fischer was born in Pennsylvania and moved with his family to Kasilof, Alaska just thereafter. During his youth, Thomas worked in the family-owned bakery. For his final semester of High School, he was accepted for a position as a page for the Alaska State House of Representatives in Juneau, Alaska. His travels and experiences include working in the commercial fishing industry in Alaska, college in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, working at art galleries and as a picture framer in Alaska and Boulder, Colorado, enlistment in the Nuclear Engineering program with the United States Navy in Orlando, Florida and Idaho Falls, Idaho, and a 14-year career in Information Technology in San Francisco, California.
Thomas graduated with his Bachelor's degree from Saint Mary's College in Moraga, California. He entered Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California under an Intellectual Property Fellowship, and received his Juris Doctor in 2014 with a certification in Intellectual Property. During his attendance, Thomas studied International and Comparative Law at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China.
Thomas took a position as an Office Manager at a prominent family law firm immediately after taking the California Bar exam, and transitioned to fill a paralegal position. Upon notification of his entry into the Bar in 2015, he promptly began practicing family law. He has represented hundreds of clients in a wide array of Family Law cases.
Thomas' broad and unique life, educational and professional experiences have distinctively positioned him to understand and address the importance and intricacies of each family law matter from start to finish.