Attorney At Law
A San Francisco Bay Area native, Michael Beuselinck is an attorney and trusted advisor to clients having matters in real estate, trusts, and estates. He has over a decade of litigation and transactional experience. Many estate and trust attorneys often contact Michael when significant real estate or property tax issues arise. Clients benefit from his considerable knowledge, experience, dedication, and ability to navigate complex matters. He can assist you in avoiding liability or confrontation, but is no stranger to the courtroom. He has a reputation for being a "straight shooter" and seeking resolution of cases with efficiency and economy.
Residential and commercial purchase and sale agreements.
Court-ordered sales or divisions of property. Accounting and contribution for co-owned property.
For sale by owner purchase and sales agreements. Disclosures for sales of residential and commercial property.
RECORDING AND TITLE
Research and analysis of recorded title documents. Resolving defects to title of real property. Obtaining title insurance.
Loan and security documents for real property lending. Enforcement of loan security against real property.
Preparation of lease agreements. Defense of landlords against tenant claims.
Tax planning for reassessment of real property taxes. Proposition 19 base year transfers and parent-to-child exclusions from reassessment.
Tenancy-in-common agreements. Accounting for contributions between co-owners.
entity formation AND DISSOLUTION
Formation and dissolution of entities for holding title and managing real property, including LLCs and partnerships.
ESTATES & TRUSTS
Probate of decedent's wills or estate administration without a will.
Representation of trustees and beneficiaries.
Probate of assets located in California for out-of-state personal representatives.
Obtaining court orders to confirm real property assets are owned by a trust.
Petitions for confirmation that community property passes to surviving spouse.
Comprehensive estate plans for individuals and couples. Wills. Trusts. Powers of Attorney. Advance healthcare plans.