Amanda L. Ebey received her B.A. from Sonoma State University in 1978. She received her Juris Doctorate from New College of California Law School in 1989, the oldest existing public interest law school in the U.S. She was admitted to the California Bar in 1989.

Amanda has successfully litigated and/or settled cases such as these since 1990:
Additional types of cases handled:
  • Trial verdict over $1,000,000 San Francisco elder abuse and fraud case
  • Trial verdict establishing validity of contested will, Alameda County
  • Trial verdict proving validity of hand-written will, San Francisco
  • Financial abuse of elder, settled eve of trial, San Francisco
  • Resolution of fraud and elder abuse charges against client, San Mateo County
  • Auto vs. truck crash, fractured collar bone, settled before suit filed
  • Fall in mis-leveled elevator, Alameda County
  • Successful defense of eviction cases based on claims of nuisance, San Francisco
  • Will contest, settled at mediation, Santa Cruz County
  • Real estate fraud against agents and sellers for non-disclosure, San Francisco
  • Settlement after litigation of property dispute between unmarried partners, Sonoma
  • Auto vs. pedestrian, mid-six figure settlement, San Francisco
  • Tenant fall through decrepit stair case, settled after suit filed
* We take cases on a contingency (we only get paid if you win) and hourly basis.
  • Probating estates
  • Drafting wills and trusts
  • Will and trust disputes
  • Representing plaintiffs in car accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Sexual assaults/battery
  • Eviction defense
  • Tenant's rights, Eviction Defense, Move-Out Agreements
  • Document review
  • Collections and collection defense