Frederick C. Hertz
Law Offices of Frederick Hertz
Frederick Hertz graduated from Berkeley Law in 1981, clerked with the Minnesota Supreme Court, and subsequently received a Master's Degree in Urban Geography from the University of California, Berkeley. He currently practices real estate and non-traditional family law in Oakland, California, with a practice focusing on both the formation of real property co-ownership agreements and the resolution of property and financial disputes between unmarried couples, both same-sex and opposite-sex. He provides both transaction and negotiation counsel and also serves as a mediator and arbitrator in these areas.
Hertz writes and speaks nationally on the laws affecting unmarried couples. He is the author of Legal Affairs: Essential Advice for Same-Sex Couples (Owl Books 1998) and co-author of two Nolo Press books: A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples and Living Together and A Legal Guide for Unmarred Couples. Hertz has appeared as a panelist for California Continuing Education, Rutter Group, State Bar, and the Bar Association of San Francisco programs.
Hourly Rate: $400