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Marty E. Zemming

Partner

Location:
Riverside, California
Phone:
(951) 686-4800
(866) 748-8753
Fax:
(951) 686-4801
Email:

Marty was admitted to the bar in 2001 and has significant experience representing individuals and businesses in a variety of litigation matters including partnership disputes, wrongful termination and wage and hour claims, real property transactions and commercial lease disputes. Marty’s experience includes handling commercial transactions, as well as drafting contracts and partnership agreements.

Marty has substantial experience in handling real property matters, including commercial and residential real property litigation and title disputes. Marty’s practice also includes handling financial elder abuse claims, with an emphasis on elder’s rights and claims involving ownership of real property.

Marty also handles personal injury matters and has represented employees in a variety of workplace disputes.

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2001
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of California, 2001
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2017

Education

  • California Southern Law School, Riverside, California
    • J.D. – 1999
  • California State University, San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, USA
    • B.A. – 1993

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Federal Bar Association, 2007 – Present

Settlements

Successfully settled financial elder abuse lawsuit, where adult daughter was granted a power of attorney and entrusted with client’s savings following the death of her husband. Lawsuit alleged daughter squandered her mother’s money to support her lavish lifestyle and asserted a claim based on financial elder abuse seeking a lien on daughter’s house. The lawsuit was resolved with the sale of daughter’s house with all proceeds from sale paid to client.

Successfully settled financial elder abuse lawsuit where adult son and his wife fraudulently convinced his parents to put them on title claiming he was negotiating with their bank. He refused to put his parents back on title to sell their home that represented their life savings. Lawsuit was resolved with transfer of property back to parents.

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