My goal is to resolve legal disputes in the most effective and economical manner possible, using creative resolutions that suit my clients’ needs.
Maybe you’re a contractor involved in a dispute, a property owner facing lender liability concerns, a client another attorney has failed, or someone with an elderly parent whose finances are being wrongfully drained.
I’m up to the challenge. Whether you or your company need a strong defense against a claim or desire for an aggressive attorney to negotiate in a collection matter, I will go over your options with you.
I have served as board chairman, Membership Committee chairman, Executive Committee member, and board member of the San Mateo County Better Business Bureau.
With millions affected by multiple sclerosis, we’ve helped raise funds for the Cure MS Now research fund, a campaign driven by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
I took an active role assisting residents of northern coastal California. I served on the Board of Directors for Legal Aid of Napa County, which merged with Bay Area Legal Aid in 2015.
Earning a living, be it as a construction business owner or through a biotech company, depends on protecting your bottom line. It’s unfair, after all your hard work and hours invested in your business, that a legal dispute should inhibit your ability to feed and protect your family.
Larger law firms may not view it that way, tossing your matter into a tangle of files on a junior attorney’s desk. Akay Law is a small San Francisco law firm with big experience. No matter how complex your issue may seem, you receive direct attention from a Bay Area attorney who’s handled cases similar to your for 30 years.
And the best part? Letting Akay Law represent your interests won’t shatter your bottom line.
We are a social species, which means we have the capacity for trust. Sometimes people take advantage of this trust and hurt us or someone we care about. Our elderly population, those who have worked their whole lives, are targets for financial elder abuse. One of the saddest truths is that the perpetrators are usually someone the victim or victim’s family knows.
Trust also extends to those who are hired to defend your best interests: attorneys. Much like medical malpractice, legal malpractice is carried out by an attorney who acts carelessly on your behalf. They have neglected their professional duty to serve your interests. If your trust has been compromised by a lawyer or through the abuse of an elder loved one, seek an attorney who won’t let them get away with it. Set up an appointment with me at Akay Law to explore your options today.