A member of the American Society of Special Needs Planners, Aaron Feldman has the expertise to help you secure your special needs child’s future with a Special Needs Estate Plan and ensure your child’s special education by advocating for... Read More
Ujdur v. Ujdur, Contra Costa Superior Court Case No.: C06-01326 Attorney Feldman represented the Borrower in a family dispute over a loan. Father claimed money paid over the years was interest only. The Borrower (Attorney Feldman’s client) proved that payments should have been applied to principal and interest according to the parties’ agreement. The Borrower owed $30,000 less than the Father was claiming. Attorney Feldman also recovered attorney’s fees, reducing the obligation even further.
Prouty v. Gores Technology Group, 121 Cal. App. 4th 1225 (Dist. 2004) Former employees represented by Aaron Feldman sued to enforce compensation provisions contained in the sale agreement of a HP subsidiary to Gores Technology. Attorney Feldman successfully appealed a lower court and The Appellate Court ruling established that the employees were third party beneficiaries under the agreement and could seek their contractual benefits.
Guardianship / Conservatorship
Conservatorship of Johnson, Alameda Superior Court Case No.: RP07 351119 Aaron Feldman successfully defeated an attempt by the client’s sister to impose conservatorship over their mother and instead had his client named conservator. The Client had been caring for his mother for 20 years when his sister attempted to become the conservator. The Court issued its ruling after a two-day trial.
Real Estate Law
Cezar v. Atwood, et al., Contra Costa Superior Court Case No.: C06-01174 Attorney Feldman represented the Sellers of a vacation cottage in Lake Tahoe. Buyer claimed that the property had various defects that were not properly disclosed by the Sellers. The case went to mediation and then binding arbitration against the Sellers and the Realtors. The arbitrator decided in favor of Attorney Feldman’s clients, entitling them to recover attorney’s fees and costs.