Sam Spital is a former California Deputy Attorney General, handling over 50 Criminal... more
Sam Spital is a former California Deputy Attorney General, handling over 50 Criminal Appeals to the California and U.S. Supreme Court. During that period of time, Sam was supervised by Senior Deputy Attorneys General (some of whom had gone on to become Judges in California), including the most recent Chief Justice Ron George of the California Supreme Court. Also, in his capacity as a DAG... view profile
In 2010 MatthewPar opened his own law firm, the Law Office of Matthew Par.... more
In 2010 MatthewPar opened his own law firm, the Law Office of Matthew Par. Byfocusing onhis own legal practice, Mr.Par will now be able to best serve his clients.The creation of his law firm followed numerousexceptional academic accomplishments and tremendous work experiences. Originally from Orono, Maine, Mr. Par attended college and earned a B.S. and M.A. in psychology from Northeaster... view profile
Christopher Albence is the founding member and managing partner of the firm of... more
Christopher Albence is the founding member and managing partner of the firm of Albence Associates, APC, established in 1994. Mr. Albence's practice concentrates on wills, trusts, probate, elder law, and advocacy for senior citizen's legal rights. He is a California State Bar Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law. Mr. Albence's first legal position was as an associate a... view profile
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