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About Hanley Law

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Small Firm. Big Results.

Hanley Law is a boutique law firm located in Northern California’s San Jose and sunny San Diego, California. Founded by Daniel E. Hanley in 1974, his son, Sean S. Hanley, joined the firm as a fellow attorney in 2007 and has continued and expanded the firm since Dan’s passing in 2013. Unlike many of the larger firms, Hanley Law is small by design. Our practice is built on helping our clients in both San Jose and San Diego, achieve their goals with personalized and responsive representation.

We believe it’s good business to put our clients’ needs first. Whether its Estate Planning, Real Estate Law to Tax law and probate and trust administration, we use a sensible approach that’s customized to your situation. Having offices in San Jose and San Diego, we are able to provide a truly local service in both locations, tapping into the connections and relationships we have built over the last half-century.

44+ Years of Firm Existence

Formed over forty years ago, Hanley Law offers a breadth of knowledge and individualized attention that you simply won’t find at a large firm. Experience has taught us that every situation is unique. We also know that working on a legal matter can be stressful. That’s why we take the time to get to know our clients and counsel them on making smart decisions regarding their future. We’re in business to help individuals, families, and businesses make the best legal choices available. Whether you’re located in San Jose or San Diego, together we’ll make a plan that works for you.

The Benefits of In-Depth Knowledge

Deciding to hire a law firm is a big decision, and our clients appreciate the breadth of knowledge we offer. Sean Hanley has a broad professional background with a strong emphasis in taxes and accounting. This background enables Sean to understand the legal and financial aspects involved in real estate transactions, creating an estate plan, handling a probate, or administering a trust.