Posted by Cindy
Bruce created our living trust and did so in a very professional manner. He was helpful and explained everything to us in terms that were clear and concise. I would highly recommend him.
Posted by a Landlord & Tenant client
We were swindled by everyone from the seller to the broker to the park owner and her management including the park owner's greedy, unprofessional attorney, who Mr. Stanton knew from a previous case. Mr. Stanton was a gentleman, expertly professional and knowledgeable, helpful, and sympathetic. We started out with a very bad attorney and had to fire him because his course of action would have given our home to the park owner unconditionally. We were given Mr. Stanton's name from our home owner's association rep. After we disconnected ourselves from the previous attorney, Mr. Stanton didn't waste any time getting involved. He traveled to Orange County (where attorneys willing to help mobile home owners or who are even knowledgeable in mobile home tenancy law are practically non-existent) and did all he could do for our case. It's difficult to find an attorney who is also a good person, who has a good moral code, and I've worked with a lot of them. Mr. Stanton is an attorney from whom I would seek counsel again, even if it were a situation other than a mobile home tenancy problem.
Posted by Lauri
I sold my mobile home on an installment contract. The gentleman quit paying me. A lot of attorneys don't do foreclosures on mobile homes. I was given Mr. Stanton's name from a mobile home finance company and called him. His fee to handle the foreclosure was very reasonable. I would have thought he would charge a lot more considering his expertise, but he was extremely fair. He has always returned my phone calls and been a pleasure to work with. I would recommend him in a flat minute. What's great is he doesn't just specialize in mobile home law, but business law and now I can use him for most things I need a lawyer for. I have complete confidence in his ability.