Firm Overview

Our singular aim is to take your dispute, and to bring it to closure, as efficiently as possible.

Main Office

Main Office
333 Cobalt Way, Ste 101
Sunnyvale CA 94043


(650) 316-8281


Our offices are located in Mountain View, California, conveniently close to Highway 101, 85, and El Camino Real. We serve Santa Clara (and the adjoining cities of Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, San Jose, Los Gatos & Campbell), San Mateo, Alameda

We represent Bay Area clients on an hourly and contingency basis in will and trust contests, fiduciary litigation, and financial elder abuse actions. We represent fiduciaries, beneficiaries and contestants in disputes regarding accountings, trust and probate petitions, and conservatorship matters.

Jeremy Burns

Burns Law, Professional Corporation

I have been practicing law since the year 2005, when I graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). After working for large prestigious firms, in 2011, I formed my own firm, J A Burns Law. Shortly after that, I formed Burns Loew, where I practiced from mid-2011 to 2016. From 2013-2015, I was selected a Rising Star Superlawyer by my colleagues, and in 2016, I was selected as a Superlawyer.

I live and work in Mountain View, California. Prior to law school, I worked for five years at KPMG LLP. I obtained my undergraduate from Brown University in 1997. In 1993, I graduated from Horace Mann School, in Riverdale, New York.

I routinely help clients with disputed probate, conservatorship, powers of attorney, and trust and estate matters, as well as civil litigation. As for my civil involvement, I am on the board of Avenidas, our local senior center, and the Silicon Valley Bar Association, the leading bar association in Silicon Valley for practitioners in the area of estates and trusts.


Bar Number: 239917
California, 2005


UC Berkeley School of Law
Juris Doctore, 2005

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