Laura has founded her practice on the commitment of helping each client confidently plan for and execute business and estate planning decisions. Her warm and caring demeanor puts her clients at ease so she can help them create plans that express their unique hopes – and address their unique concerns – for the future. She is known for offering calm, sensible and client-focused advice, and for insightful and tailored legal solutions to even the most challenging situations.
The Law Offices of Laura A. Davis provide our clients the hands-on service and attention to detail that only a smaller firm can truly offer. Laura personally works with each client to tailor a plan designed to his, or her, specific needs.
Laura is a graduate of Pomona College (B.A. 1984) and the University of Southern California Law Center (J.D. 1988; Southern California Law Review, Outstanding Staff Member, 1987-88), and holds a Master's degree in Taxation from Golden Gate University (M.S. 1997).
Laura left a successful Los Angeles area law practice in 1995 to take up residence in Monterey, a second home to her since childhood. She practiced with a prominent Salinas-based firm for 10 years, always combining Estate Planning and Business experience to bring tax-savvy solutions to her clients needs. In that time, she met and married her husband, and had two beautiful children. She moved her practice to Monterey in 2006, finally opening her own firm in July of 2007.
In addition to her client work, Laura embraces responsibilities that extend into the community. She has been a proud Rotarian, and is now actively involved with the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, serving on its Board of Directors and its Education Committee as Co-Chair in charge of Professional/Workplace Development programs. She is also an active member of The Alternative Board of Monterey-Salinas, and The Sons of Italy Lodge No. 2003.
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