I was going through my brother's old discovery files and want to know if the lawyer who represented him is alive or not. I tried searching ca bar attorney search and can't find him either due to an error in spelling or is it possible he's dead or moved away? The name it says on the docket is "MG Schwartzbach" with a San Francisco address, and the it's a San Francisco superior court case. Thank you.
Hard to say. Use Google. Keep trying different spellings variations on the State Bar website.
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He's in Mill Valley and he's pretty famous. Why don't you give his office a call? http://www.mgslawyer.com/
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Look him up on the California State Bar web site. It shows all contact information and bar status.
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According to the State Bar website, they are still an active member.
M. Gerald Schwartzbach
655 Redwood Hwy #277
Mill Valley, CA 94941-3057
Phone: (415) 388-2343
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