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  • Joshua B. Clark is the owner and founder of the Law Offices of Joshua B. Clark, A Professional Law Corporation. Mr. Clark is a Sacramento native and a graduate of University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. After graduating from law school in 2000, Mr. Clark practiced complex civil litigation for several large firms in the Bay Area. Gaining invaluable litigation skills working for the larger...

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    Devoted exclusively to resolving financial turmoil and protecting assets, Liviakis Law Firm attorneys in Gold River, California, navigate bankruptcy, debt settlement and credit card debt. The uncertainty of these situations understandably creates serious concerns. We instill calm and confidence in our clients as we outline the best options for building a brighter financial future. Clients who come...

  • Located in beautiful Sonoma County, The Law Office of Stephen M. Beckwith provides clear legal solutions to a wide range of issues, including enforcement of judgments, collections, evictions, business transactions and contracts, real estate, business litigation and other civil matters. With more than 20 years of legal experience, Steven Beckwith also has relevant real-world experience that...

  • At Johnston Thomas Attorneys at Law, PC, we assist clients in Santa Rosa, California, with estate planning, business law and real estate law matters. The attorneys at our law firm combine their diverse backgrounds and experience to oversee both straightforward and complex cases. Attorney Roy Johnston has a successful career as a businessman and serves as chair of the trusts and estates sections of...

  • Marvin Pederson Attorney at Law helps clients with landlord/tenant disputes, real estate matters and probate law. For nearly 40 years, the law office has provided exemplary services, treating each client with respect and with the goal of establishing trust for a long-term business relationship. Clients are accepted throughout Sonoma County and surrounding areas.   Landlord-tenant law is often...

  • Here at the law office of David M. Kindopp in Ukiah, California, we are fully prepared to assist you with virtually any civil legal issue affecting your life, your family, your business and your future. To that end, our law firm offers exceptional representation and support in a variety of practice areas, and we have more than 20 years of legal experience helping our clients throughout Northern...

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