Toeppen & Grevious is a Sacramento-based firm with an office in Manteca, California. We have represented hundreds of clients in California, New York, Florida, and internationally. We typically handle issues having to do with family law, probate litigation, estate planning, civil litigation, and some business planning.
We strive to ensure that we are constantly available to our clients and that all of their needs are not only met, they are exceeded.
Toeppen & Grevious
5892B S Land Park Drive
I was born in Hartford, Wisconsin in 1981. My parents moved to the SF Bay Area in the mid-80s. Since then, I have spent most of my life in California.
After graduating UC Santa Barbara with a degree in Japanese, I set about founding an international import/export company. I co-founded this company in 2005 and traded high tech, security-sensitive equipment with over 35 countries. Running this sort of business required strict compliance with import/export laws and regulations, as well as a lot of marketplace savvy and the occasional stroke of luck.
After being on the losing side of some insurance indemnification agreements, I decided to attend law school to help myself and other businesses use the law to protect our livelihoods.
I attended McGeorge School of Law in Sacramanto, CA. While there I interned at Disability Rights CA. Later I helped do some research and litigation at Leadco, an international commercial law firm in Hanoi, Vietnam. Finally, I studied a large amount of international business law while attending Temple University, Tokyo Campus, as a guest student.
After passing the CA and NY Bar exams, I started a law practice in June 2012. Since then, I have assisted dozens of clients achieve their business planning goals. It has been a good ride, and I look forward to continuing to help clients long into the future.
Bar Number: 282199
California , 2012
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
JD with a certificate in International Law
McGeorge offered me a great opportunity to hone my advocacy skills and study international law. During my first semester at McGeorge, I reached the finals in the oral argument section of the school's moot court competition.
I continued my study of international law while working at a international commercial law firm in Hanoi, Vietnam.
My final semester of law school was spent studying international business law at Temple University in Tokyo, Japan.
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