Schofield and Grossman: Opposing Counsels Turned Partners

Thursday, January 15, 2015 | 11:19 pm

Around 15 years ago, Anthony Grossman faced a problem that was bogging down his law firm: how to get paying clients. Grossman had just formed a firm specializing in general litigation with his partner. “We started with how do we get clients and then we finished with how do we get paying clients,” he recounted with a laugh.

In one of his all-too-few cases, Grossman met Schofield who was an opposing counsel. “Circumstances worked that I hooked up with him and I’ve been with him [ever since]… this is my 15th year since I teamed up with him. Before then, it was Mr. Schofield working alone.”

Since then, the two have teamed up to create Schofield and Grossman, which is, what Grossman calls, “an all-purpose transactional firm.”

Schofield and Grossman serves clients in all areas of probate and estate law planning to ensure that their assets are protected and efficiently transferred to their loved ones upon their death. The firm provides clients with trusts, wills, powers of attorney, gift planning, estate settlement, and helping them out with their short- and long-term goals.

Schofield and Grossman also advises business entities on all aspects of business law, including formation of the entity, financial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, private financing, contracts, and transactions.

It is a relatively small firm that can focus on its clients and even dishes out discounts to all active and retired military personnel in need of legal services. The firm asserts that it will provide utmost care and devotion to any case, no matter how big and small.

And it is this commitment to service and compassion that is making Schofield and Grossman a cut above the rest.

Schofield and Grossman is located at 201 S. Lake Avenue Suite 702 Pasadena. For more information, call (626) 578-0708 or visit www.http://sg-law.net/.

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