Licensed California attorney with a civil law practice emphasizing transactional matters. Practicing law in Northern California for 10+ years. 

2008-Present
Principal of Greg Glaser, Attorney at Law. Focusing in the areas of real estate, wills & trusts, contracts, and constitutional law. 

2003-2008
Associate Attorney with bay area law firms in Oakland, San Francisco, and Walnut Creek. Litigation caseloads primarily in the following practice areas: business and real estate; corporate; employment; construction; personal injury; professional responsibility. 

2001-2002
Legal Intern with the San Francisco City Attorney's Office. Provided legal research and writing on issues of employment law, personal injury, code enforcement, real property, and government. 

State Bar Profile
California State Bar Number 226706
Date of birth: August 16th, 1978 (Sacramento, CA) 

Education
University of California, Los Angeles, 2000, B.A.
University of San Francisco School of Law, 2003, J.D. 

Professional Qualifications
Member of the bar of the State of California.

Personal Information
Married, writer, organic homesteader, founder of Civil Action Network and Everyday Currency. 

Real Estate 

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Seller financing

Promissory notes

Deeds of Trust / Mortgages

Lease agreements

Lease options

Rent-to-Own

Real estate brokers and listing agreements

Real property management

Mortgage loans, financing, and appraisals

Tenancy in common

Joint tenancy

Community property

Deeds

Escrows

Title insurance

Easements

Residential co-ownership agreements

Trusts

Wills &
Living Trusts 

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Wills and trusts

Advanced healthcare directives

Estate planning

Durable powers of attorney

Contracts 

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Software licensing

Cloud computing

Website (terms of use, privacy, EULA)

Manufacturing and supply

Employment and independent contractor

California Benefit Corporation

Real estate, including FSBO

Agency

Partnership

Sales and marketing

Organic
Farming 

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Organic farming and homesteading

Organic certification

Organic practices

Constitutional 

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Health freedom

Sovereignty

Seperation of powers

Fundamental rights