We believe your legal journey should be as personal, and as enjoyable, as possible.
Because we handle numerous private legal matters concerning your family, your estate and your business, we realize how important it is that you always feel comfortable and supported. We have decades of sophisticated legal expertise and creative problem solving to offer you and our caring, customer-centric focus lets you know you’re in good hands.
Matt Welty is the firm's Managing Partner and an experienced Trust/Estates and transaction attorney. With over a decade of experience in real estate litigation, transactions and business law, he knows how to navigate challenges in order to make the deal work. He is a tireless advocate for small family business owners and loves finding creative solutions for his clients.
David Berry is an accomplished trial lawyer whose practice is largely focused on resolving business, real estate, construction defect, elder abuse, trust, and probate disputes. Known for his approachable manner and tireless devotion to the success of his clients, he obsesses with distilling complex disputes into simple themes that are easily understandable by local juries and judges. He is a long-term resident of Sonoma County and has a vast knowledge of the North Bay courts.
As a partner who specializes in litigation. Jack is also well versed in estate-planning, real property and business and corporate formation, maintaining a broad-based practice focused on delivering efficient and practical solutions. This, he says, means finding that important balance of energetic defense of and blending with his clients’ needs and desires.
Philip Williams is a water, natural resources, and public agency attorney who counsels his clients how best to achieve their objectives. He provides counsel on resource planning and management, legal strategy, and governance. Phil has experience in some of today’s most significant and complex water and resource management efforts. He is uniquely equipped to advise on how to develop robust institutions and durable systems capable of ensuring success in today’s asymmetric political and regulatory environment.
Valorie Bader began practicing in 1986, and has worked within firms and as a solo practitioner, specifically in the areas of employment counseling, training, employment litigation and mechanic liens. She represents businesses and individuals and litigates in court and before administrative agencies.
Aaron joined Welty, Weaver, & Currie in 2017 after previously practicing with the well-respected firm of Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty. Prior to that, Aaron successfully ran his own law office. Aaron’s practice focuses on business and real estate transactions and draws from his prior experience in the technology and real estate sectors, along with an MBA, to offer clients a unique and practical perspective when advising them on legal issues.