Located in Atascadero, CA Daner Law firm practices full service civil litigation, business and estate planning in all state and federal courts in California, and is also licensed in Nevada. Areas of emphasis include real property, business planning and litigation, construction claims and defect litigation, landlord/tenant controversies, governmental entity representation, insurance related matters.
Mr. Daner resides in Atascadero, California with his wife of 21 years Dawn, and his children Drew, Haddie and Ajai. Mr. Daner has served on several non-profit boards including the Zoological Society of the Charles Paddock Zoo and the Atascadero Economic Foundation as well as being the Chairperson of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Atascadero. He coaches football at Atascadero High School. Mr. Daner is a member of the Rotary Club of Atascadero, as well as the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce and is an Elk. Mr. Daner is also a member of the San Luis Obispo Builder’s Exchange and has conducted numerous legal seminars throughout San Luis Obispo County.
Born Boston, Massachusetts, December 15, 1968; admitted to bar, 1994, California; 2000, Nevada. Education: Occidental College (B.A., 1991); University of San Diego School of Law (J.D., 1994). Member: Los Angeles County Bar Association; San Luis Obispo County Bar Association; The State Bar of California.
Monday:8:00 am-5:00 pm
Tuesday:8:00 am-5:00 pm
Wednesday:8:00 am-5:00 pm
Thursday:8:00 am-5:00 pm
Friday:8:00 am-5:00 pm
Offer: Free Initial Consultation
Mary Ann Tardiff, Esq. specializes in trusts, wills, estate planning, and all matters associated with estates. Other services include Family and elder law, especially as these matters pertain to estates and estate planning.
Mary Ann Tardiff wanted to be an attorney for as long as she can remember and has been practicing law for over 30 years. Upon graduating from the Santa Barbara College of Law, she passed the California Bar exam in 1986 and opened her first private practice in Santa Barbara. Since then, Mary Ann has helped clients will all manner of estate planning, real estate law, and family and elder law. Her goal is to deliver practical, down-to-earth solutions in the best interest of her clients.
Mary Ann is available for consultations in her Atascadero office during regular business hours, or other flexible times as needed by clients. She also makes house calls when the circumstances call for in-home appointments.
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Law
- Business Law
- Family Law
- Elder Law
California State Bar Number: 127063
Year founded: 1986
Long-established local attorney specializing in bankruptcy, divorce, elder law, child custody, and personal injury. Lawyer offering personalized services. 30 years experience. Free consultation.
Richard Rossi is a fifth-generation San Luis Obispo native. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Denver, and his Law Degree Juris Doctor from the San Joaquin College of Law. He founded Rossi Law in San Luis Obispo in 1975 and has since expanded to Paso Robles. Rossi takes on cases all over California.
- Debt Relief
- Personal Injury
- Elder Law
- Child Custody
- Restraining Orders
San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles
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515 Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 238-0238
11555 Los Osos Valley Road, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, (805) 541-1044
“Your life is complicated. Your family is complicated.
Your estate planning doesn’t have to be.”
Estate Planning can sound fancy, and complicated, and perhaps only for the rich. But really, it can be as simple as planning for your “stuff” — who gets your “stuff” when you don’t need it anymore. Your stuff may include your home, your bank accounts and your personal mementos. Or your stuff may include a business, a much-loved pet, large retirement plans, a vacation home and diverse brokerage accounts, all of which can require a little more planning. Just as the “who” you want to receive your “stuff” could include your spouse, your angelic children4, your adorable nieces and nephews, or perhaps it’s your alma mater, your crazy Aunt Alma, your domestic partner, your long-term partner, your third spouse, your kids from your second and fourth marriages, or some combination of the above. And we’re just guessing here, but it’s likely the IRS is not on your list of people who should receive your stuff. The point is, whatever stuff you have and whoever your desired recipients are, you need an estate plan.