Law Office of William W. Washauer - Mill Valley, CA
Law Office of William W. Washauer Law Firm Overview
The Law Office of William W. Washauer is located in Mill Valley, California, and serves clients in San Francisco, Napa, Santa Rosa, Novato, Petaluma, San Anselmo and Contra Costa, as well as in Marin County, Sonoma County, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County, the South Bay, the North Bay and all over the San Francisco Bay Area in the areas of business law and real estate law.
Mr. Washauer's law firm has a long track record of success in supporting the legal needs of businesses and real estate brokers from start up to finish. Mr. Washauer believes in supporting the whole business as opposed to working piecemeal. His business law practice covers every aspect of beginning, running and closing a business so that a company only needs one lawyer to cover all of its business law needs. He practices real estate law in a similar manner, bringing all of the expertise of each field to bear on the other for his clients, giving them the extra value of a well-rounded law firm.
Mr. Washauer serves as outside general counsel to several different real estate companies and small to medium-sized businesses. He has been in practice since 1978 and established The Law Office of William W. Washauer in 1992. He works directly with all of his clients, answering their questions and guiding them through the legal maze.
- Business Litigation
- Civil Law
- Business Counsel
- Real Estate Counsel
- Legal Consultation
- 5% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Previous Law Firm Name
- Dooley, Johnson & Pardini, January 1, 1993
Law Office of William W. Washauer Attorneys
|Washauer, William W. Esq.Sole Practitioner|
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- AV Preeminent for 10 years by Martindale-Hubbell
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