Our client base includes both individuals and businesses, representing developers, manufacturers, contractors, non-profit organizations, professional service providers...Read moreHeadquartered in Riverside, Lobb & Cliff is strategically located in one of California's fastest growing business and residential communities. The firm was established in 1993 and continues to thrive, adding practice areas such as Private Clients Group, Estate Planning, Taxation and Risk Management in recent years.
Our client base includes both individuals and businesses, representing developers, manufacturers, contractors, non-profit organizations, professional service providers, distributors, high net-worth clients, and more.
Lobb & Cliff focuses its practice on fully serving each client's needs, through its practice groups: Private Clients, Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Counseling and Civil Litigation.
Taking a proactive stance in serving our clients, we provide business counseling and legal guidance to effectively prevent problems down the road. Our attorneys carefully explain legal risks associated with transactions and provide tax analyses, enabling our clients to make informed decisions about their legal matters. When business disputes arise, we strive for practical solutions to avoid costly trials and appeals where possible.
Our attorneys are committed to fulfilling the legal needs of the business community we serve and delivering excellence in the services we provide.Read less
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