For the past 8 years, Matthew J. Tuller, Esq. has served San Francisco Bay Area clients by providing highly customized estate planning solutions that meld convenience with exceptional client experience. As Principal Attorney of the Law Office of Matthew J. Tuller an estate planning-only law firm, he dedicates all day every day to creating practical solutions for complex legal issues.
Mr. Tuller's experience and estate planning only focus allows him to identify and implement the most effective solution to any estate planning related need that you encounter.
From creating a new estate plan, to updating an existing living trust, Will and Powers of Attorney for Health and Financial matters, or help with administering the trust of a loved one who has passed, to assistance with a Conservatorship or Probate proceeding - we have seen it all. As such, Mr. Tuller is perfectly situated to provide you with whatever professional wisdom and assistance necessary.
After passing the California Bar Examination on his first attempt, Mr. Tuller was designated as a Licensed Attorney by the State Bar of California (SBN 277177), admitted admitted to argue before the Supreme Court of California, California Courts of Appeal and Superior Courts of California. Since 2013, he has been a member of the Trusts & Estates Section of the California Lawyers Association. Additionally, Mr. Tuller is a long-time member of Wealth Counsel, an organization dedicated to assisting Estate Planning Attorney members provide their client's with the highest caliber of estate planning solutions based upon the latest innovative strategies and changes in the law.
In 2010, Mr. Tuller earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Golden Gate University School of Law. Achievements included being named to the Dean’s List, serving as a student editor for the Annual Survey of International and Comparative Law Journal, and representing his law school as lead counsel in the Stanford Mock Trial Competition. In 2005, he earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon. Here, he majored in Journalism, earned a double minor in Political Science and Communication Studies, and belonged to the University of Oregon Rugby Football Club, where her played as a flanker and hooker.