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Carmel & Naccasha LLP 
San Luis Obispo, California firm serving San Luis Obispo Co., California
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1410 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo, California  93401
(San Luis Obispo Co.)

Telephone: 805-546-8785
Fax: 805-546-8015

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About this office:

Carmel & Naccasha LLP is a growing SLO County law firm committed to providing exemplary legal services to its clients. Our attorneys have a broad range of legal experience and have practiced law locally and nationally. The firm's primary practice areas are business transactions, real property, land use, municipal law, commercial, civil, coverage and employment litigation, taxation and tax controversies, trusts and estate planning, wine law, insurance coverage and banking law.

Tim Carmel, the firm's founding co-partner has practiced in San Luis Obispo since 1984 and expertly represents private and public clients with regard to their municipal and land use matters. Tim is city attorney for the City of Arroyo Grande and serves as district counsel to Cambria Community Services District, the Cayucos Sanitary District, and San Miguel Community Services District, as well as general counsel for a number of private water companies. Ziyad Naccasha, the firm's co-founding partner, and Mike McMahon both have extensive experience working with large firms prior to moving to the Central Coast. Ziyad practiced in Chicago for 12 years and moved back to his hometown of San Luis Obispo in 2002. Mike practiced in Los Angeles for 13 years and moved to Paso Robles in 2005. Don Wilson also comes from the Los Angeles area, where he practiced for 35 years, specializing in a wide range of civil litigation matters. David Hirsch brings decades of experience in municipal law from his years as city attorney for the City of Lompoc and the City of Simi Valley. Mara Mamet spent 17 years working for the State Bar of California in various capacities within the legal department, including working as senior prosecutor, senior trial counsel and spending six of those years as a legal advisor. The firm further expanded in 2010 with the additions of Walter Millar and Walter Stuckey, who joined the firm as of counsel. Walter Millar acts as national counsel for marine manufacturers. Walter Stuckey represents automobile dealers, manufacturers, auto repair facilities and auto wrecking yards. In January 2011, the firm added Heather Whitham who previously served as a deputy city attorney for the City of Torrance and works in the firm's municipal law and transactional law practice areas. In July 2011, Alicia Gámez began supporting the firm's taxation and trust and estate planning practice groups. The firm welcomed Jon Ansolabehere in December 2011. Jon focuses his practice on real estate and municipal law. In 2012, the firm added Dallas Mosier, an estate and trust planning lawyer. Brian Stack joined the firm in June 2013. Stack focuses his practice in the areas of civil litigation, including business litigation, employment law, real estate and tort liability, as well as business transactions and corporate law. In 2014, Shauna N. Cunningham joined the firm. Shauna advises business corporations and entities and represents public entities.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Municipal Law; Land Use; Real Estate; Commercial Litigation; Tax Law; Estate Planning; Corporate Law; Transactional Law; Insurance Coverage; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Corporate Governance; Corporate Income Tax; Corporate Insurance; Corporate Organization; Corporate Partnerships; Corporate Planning; Corporate Real Estate; Corporate Successions; Corporate Reorganization; Corporate Tax Controversies; Corporate Tax Planning; Corporate Taxation; Corporate Trusts; Professional Corporations; Small Business Corporations; Corporate Dissolutions; Education Law; Charter School Law; Private Education Law; Public School Law; School District Liability; School Law; Special Education; Election, Campaign and Political Law; Environmental Law; Franchises and Franchising; Government; Government Contracts; Insurance; Insurance Defense; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment; Leases and Leasing; Litigation; Mergers and Acquisitions; Municipal Contracts; Municipal Liability; Partnership Law; Patents; Property Law; Taxation; Trusts and Estates; Contested Trusts and Estates; Decedents Estates; Estate Administration; Estate Bankruptcy; Estate Litigation; Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples; Estate Planning for the Elderly; Estate Settlements; Family Trusts; Family Wealth Transfer; Fiduciary Law; Financial Planning; Living Trusts; Personal Planning; Powers of Attorney; Pet Trusts; Retirement Planning; Trust Administration; Trust Law; Trust Litigation; Trust Planning; Wealth Planning; Wealth Preservation; Wills; Contested Wills; Inheritance; Living Wills; Successions; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; Building and Public Safety Codes; Environmental Land Use; Land Conservation; Land Development; Land Entitlement; Land Use Litigation; Land Use Permitting; Special Districts; Rezoning; Subdivisions; Water Districts; Zoning Law; Zoning Variances; Boundary Disputes; Common Interest Community Law; Community Association Law; Condominium Association Law; Condominium Conversions; Condominium Development; Condominium Law; Easements; Homeowners Association Law; Land Acquisitions; Land Sales; Land Trusts; Mixed Use Development; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Exchanges; Real Estate Joint Ventures; Real Estate Leasing; Real Estate Sales; Real Estate Title; Real Estate Taxation; Real Property; Business Acquisitions; Business Divestitures; Mergers and Acquisitions Finance; Mergers and Acquisitions Taxation; Business Law; Business Formation; Business Estate Planning; Business Enterprises; Business Dissolutions; Business Development; Business Litigation; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Succession Planning; Business Successions; Business Syndication; Business Taxation; Business Transactions; Business Transfers; Business Trusts; Business Valuation; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Closely Held Business Law; Closely Held Business Taxation; Emerging Growth Companies; Family Business Successions; Family Business Mediation; Family Business Law; Limited Liability Company Law; Joint Ventures; Private Business Law; Small Business Law; Sole Proprietorships; Strategic Alliances.

Year Established: 2004

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