Barulich Dugoni Law Group, Inc. - San Mateo Attorneys

California Law Firm

Barulich Dugoni Law Group, Inc., founded in 1989 by Paul J. Barulich, has earned a national reputation in the fields of estate, business and tax planning, counseling and litigation.

Our clients vary from individuals and families to start-ups and large corporations, including non-profit, educational and charitable institutions. Above all, we value our client relationships. We consider it nothing less than a privilege to represent our clients. Every year we continue to attract outstanding clients and challenging assignments.

We are different from other law firms. We believe that our clients are best served by avoiding rather than winning issues. In the estate or business planning areas, we apply our abilities to creating the right plan, one that is flexible in design and focused on achieving our clients' goals. We excel at anticipating our clients' risk factors. We adopt innovative planning techniques to address these concerns. Proper planning is the ounce that avoids the proverbial pound of cure. However, when necessary, we also succeed in our role as advocates in trial, arbitration and mediation work.

We are located in the center of downtown San Mateo, California, where we continue to invest in our community. The firm maintains strong ties to the community and charitable organizations through participation in fund raising and volunteering events.

We take pleasure in our long-standing relationships and look forward to that opportunity with you

Practice Areas:

Estate Planning
Probate and Trust Administration
Probate and Trust Litigation
Business Planning
Taxation Law


http://www.bdlawinc.com/

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