San Mateo Real Estate Lawyers
Our law firm, centrally located on the Peninsula, provides comprehensive legal services in the areas of real estate, construction, estate planning and business.Established in 1985, Allen, Baker & Stephan, PC, has a legal team of experienced attorneys that handle complicated transactional and litigation matters in the areas of real estate, construction and business. Shareholders Grant Baker and Assaad Stephan also bring additional experience in the areas of construction, homeowners association, corporate, and estate planning and probate law. Mr. Baker and Mr. Stephan take a team approach to achieving each client’s goals and objectives.
For your legal needs, turn to the Bay Area real estate attorneys at our firm centrally located in San Mateo. Contact us online to schedule your consultation.
The firm’s San Mateo real estate, construction, corporate, and estate planning and probate attorneys possess sophisticated experience handling a wide range of matters for Fortune 500 companies, real estate investment groups, homeowners associations, developers, real estate agents and brokers, design professionals, contractors, architects and individuals. Our practice includes:
- Litigation and trial
- Early settlement conferences
- Neutral evaluations
- Contract drafting and negotiating
- Transactional issues
- Business litigation and trial
- Estate planning
- Corporate formation/planning
Cost-Effective Advocacy From Bay Area Attorneys
Our lawyers have extensive experience handling complex litigation issues. We utilize procedures and the legal system economically, to ensure our clients receive cost-effective advocacy. We understand the substantial financial obligations attached to litigation. We always consider our clients’ best interests.
We conduct a thorough cost-benefit analysis for each case to determine whether clients may receive an appropriate outcome in relation to their time spent, energy and expenses. Our goal is to eliminate our clients’ pressure and stress in an economical manner to maximize possible rewards at the end of their matter.