David J. Heaslett
Graeagle Village Center #6
Graeagle, CA 96103-0340
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- Free initial interview
- Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts
- Trust Administration & Probate
- DUI Cases
- Criminal Defense Plumas-Sierra Counties
Fundraisers We Support
- Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council
- White Sulphur Springs Ranch
- Eastern Plumas Healthcare Foundation
- Plumas Arts
- High Sierra Animal Rescue
- Mohawk Resource Center
- Plumas Eureka State Park Foundation
- Trout Unlimited
- Horses Unlimited
Hours of OperationBy Appointment
To provide the highest quality, integrity-driven legal services to our clients by using a client-focused approach to identify and respond to legal problems and challenges.
ABOUT DAVID J. HEASLETT:
David is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of California and before the Federal Courts, since 1974. David graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and Cum Laude from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1974.
David practiced law in Monterey County from 1974 to 1995, focusing primarily on complex bankruptcy cases. David’s bankruptcy experience includes representation of debtors and creditors in Chapters 7, 9, 11, 12 and 13. He has represented hospital districts in Inyo, Humboldt, Sierra, Fresno and Plumas Counties and provided advice leading to confirmation of their Chapter 9 plans.
David moved to Plumas County in 1995 where his Graeagle practice now focuses on the legal needs of the residents of Plumas, Sierra, Placer and Nevada Counties.
Those services include estate planning, the preparation of wills and trusts; the formation of appropriate business entities, corporations, LLCs, or limited partnerships; real estate issues, including the sale or purchase of businesses, and criminal defense. David has provided legal advice and services to water companies, community service districts, hospital districts, and water districts. David has been the Plumas County Superior Court Mediator in Small Claims and Unlawful Detainer matters, a Public Defender, and special Deputy District Attorney. David believes strongly that an attorney’s responsibility to the client is to provide legal services that are ethical, timely and solution oriented as a basis for cost effective dispute resolution.
David has always been involved in his community. In Monterey County he served as a member of the Fish and Game Commission, on the vestry of Good Shepard Episcopal Church and with many non-profit foundations. In Plumas County he served as a board member on the hospital board and foundation, on a homeowners association, water company, community service district and other non-profit corporations and foundations.