Welcome to the Law Office of Ashley M. Peterson
The Law Office of Ashley M. Peterson is a boutique law firm which focuses on California real estate transactions, business transactions and probate administration. As a boutique office, we are able to offer the highest quality of legal services without charging the big firm legal fees. Our office is dedicated to providing clients with a more intimate experience in understanding the law, and guiding clients through major life transitions.
Ashley Peterson, ESQ
Ashley M. Peterson is a fourth generation California attorney. Ms. Peterson founded the Law Office of Ashley M. Peterson in 2015, and specializes in real estate transactions including commercial and residential property purchases and sales, 1031 exchanges, commercial and residential leasing, short term vacation rental regulations, title and due diligence review, easements, and drafting homeowner association documents. In addition, Ms. Peterson’s practice includes advising small businesses, forming new business entities, business purchases and sales, general business contracts, and probate administration.
“Sometimes the questions are complicated
and the answers are simple.”
Our Legal Specialties
Real Estate Law
Property law is constantly changing in California. As a landlord, tenant, property owner, or buyer, it is important that you know what your legal rights and obligations are. Our office will ensure you know the current applicable laws, and we can guide you through whatever questions you may have with your residential or commercial property.
Whether you want to form a new business, maintain an existing business, buy or sell a business, or enter into business contracts, our office will ensure that the terms of the documents are fully explained to you, and that you understand your legal obligations in starting a new business venture.
When a loved one passes away without a trust, and that person owned assets totaling $166,250 or more, a probate will likely need to be initiated in order to transfer the assets to the heirs of the decedent or the proper beneficiaries. Our office can help you determine whether a probate is necessary in your particular situation, and whether alternatives to probate are available.