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"It's a pleasure to help secure our clients' most cherished assets."

-David Talley


BRIAN D BEGLIN

“Not just an excellent lawyer, David has the instinctive business skills and cross cultural sensitivities that are critical to representing a large multinational organization. He is a pleasure to work with.”


EVELYN SAKATA

“David did my parents’ estate plans many years ago, and worked with us recently to prepare my family’s plan too. It is very comforting to work with someone that will consider the relationships across multiple generations.”


MATTHEW LEVINE

“I’ve known David for 30 years. I trust his advice, and naturally went to him to prepare my own estate plan. Going through the process, I was impressed by his holistic approach, going over my assets and values, and how best to convey both to those I love.”


PAMELA LABAJ

“David was a wonderful lawyer to work with at Panasonic. David listened to his client’s needs and used his background and knowledge to resolve their issues.”

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