Real Estate Law & Litigation.
Matt Coleman has been licensed to practice law in California since 1996. He first started representing clients while a second-year law student at Santa Clara University School of Law, appearing in court on behalf of the East San Jose Community Law Center (now the Katherine and George Alexander Community Law Center), which was established to help those who lacked the financial resources to access
the protections afforded them by law...
Matt’s primary area of practice is guiding clients through the shoals of litigation, whether it is in state superior court, the appellate courts, government agencies, binding arbitration, or occasionally pursuing debtors through federal bankruptcy court...
Thankfully, not every matter that requires legal assistance arises out of conflict; lawyers also help their clients create opportunities, whether a client is growing an investment portfolio, managing property, selling or leasing real estate, or starting a business...
Sales & Land Use
Real Estate Investment
MEDIATION & ARBITRATION
For a quarter of a century, Matt has been helping individuals and small businesses navigate legal issues that we all face from time to time, including real estate litigation, real property sales, easements, land use, leasing, secured loans, corporate and LLC formation, and trust administration.
While Matt has represented multi-million dollar real estate investment firms and publicly traded corporations, he primarily works with smaller, closely-held corporations and LLCs; local non-profits including churches; trusts; real estate brokers and agents; and individual property owners.
For many people, entering the realm of litigation is a rare experience, and Matt is dedicated not only to preparing the best possible case for his clients, he also believes that it is essential for his clients to understand the full context of the law and how the facts of their particular story fall into that context.
As a sole practitioner, Matt is not beholden to “the billable hour,” and he is free to focus his attention and energy
solely on the well-being and best interests of his clients.