Law Offices of Matthew B. Talbot
Matthew Talbot is a top Walnut Creek Elder Law Attorney who specializes in Estate Planning (including Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Healthcare Directives), Probate, Conservatorships, Trust and Estate Litigation, Trust Administration, Elder Abuse, and Medi-Cal Long Term Care Planning.
Our family run firm is client-focused and service oriented. Dedicated to serving his clients and the legal community, Matthew is actively involved in numerous legal and charitable organizations. His commitment to service has earned him the honor of being named a "Superlawyers Rising Star" and Avvo's top rating of "Superb" in Elder Law.
Matthew began his career in the field of trusts and estates over a decade ago, and expanded into elder law. He quickly realized that he enjoyed the personal nature of working in the estate and elder law fields.
He is committed to advocating on behalf of his clients, and has gained a reputation as a caring, responsive, and honest professional.
Mr. Talbot is deeply involved in his community. He has taught classes on behalf of the CCCBA to other attorneys, given talks for the Robert McGrath Ins of Court and Barristers Association, and served as a mentor for several prominent young attorneys in the practice of Estate and Elder Law. Matthew earned his J.D. at the University of San Francisco. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of California Berkeley.
Matthew is a member of the Trusts and Estates section of the California State Bar. Additionally, he is a member of the Barristers section, Estate Planning and Probate section, Elder Law section, ADR Section, Solo and Small Firm Section, and Litigation section of the Contra Costa County Bar Association. Matthew is on the Executive Board for the Robert G. McGrath American Inns Of Court. He is an active member of the Executive Board for Contra Costa County Senior Legal Services, on the board of directors for the Barristers Section of the Contra Costa County Bar Association, and a contributing member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. In addition, Matthew is a columnist for Contra Costa Lawyer Magazine and Lamorinda Weekly.