Dan started Raff Law, APC to provide clients with superior legal services that emphasizes good communication and client satisfaction. He prides himself on his ability to keep clients informed about their case and to explain issues in a way that simplifies the legal process.
As part of his practice, he represents real estate owners and developers, property management companies, construction contractors, homeowner associations, small business owners, parties in real property sales, judgment creditors, judgment debtors, trustees and beneficiaries. He has personally handled a variety of cases ranging from unlawful detainers (evictions) to lawsuits against major financial institutions. He has also assisted clients by drafting and/or reviewing a variety of legal instruments, including intricate business agreements, licensing contracts, real property sale documents, promissory notes, and deeds of trust, among others.
Before starting his practice in 2012, Dan worked for several prosecutors’ offices in northern California, first as an intern during law school, and later as a deputy district attorney at the Solano County District Attorney’s Office in Fairfield, California. During this time, Dan tried jury trials, argued motions, and performed other services in court.