Serving Sacramento Businesses
& Land Owners for over 20 years
The Law Offices of K. Greg Peterson represents landowners and business owners and is well known for providing its clients with exceptional legal representation across a broad range of matters, including real estate litigation, construction law, environmental law, and business litigation matters. Based in Sacramento, the firm is well-positioned to assist clients in state and federal courts throughout Sacramento, and nearby Placer, El Dorado, and Yolo counties. For details about the services the firm provides, please see the practice areas overview.
With over 25 years of experience, mostly in the Sacramento area, attorney Greg Peterson has established a reputation as an effective advocate, well versed in real estate and business law, an experienced litigator with trial experience, and as a person of honesty and integrity within the local legal community. Mr. Peterson has assisted plaintiffs and defendants alike, and helped them obtain favorable results through trials, settlement negotiations, or mediations, including complex cases with significant matters at stake. As testament to his standing, Mr. Peterson regularly receives clients via referral from some of the largest law firms in the region, and he has received Martindale-Hubbell's coveted "AV Rating," indicating that peers rank him at preeminent levels of professionalism and legal ability. Mr. Peterson has held an AV Rating for more than 15 years. Mr. Peterson has also served his community in a number of ways including appointed positions serving Sacramento County.
We offer top-notch legal credentials at reasonable rates. The breadth and depth of our experience is uniquely matched by our commitment to providing personalized representation. We maintain open lines of communication with our clients, and keep them updated throughout the duration of their representation. To learn more about our work, or to find out how we can assist with your particular legal issue, contact the Law Offices of K. Greg Peterson today.
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