Joe is a California-licensed attorney. He has legal experience in real estate, oil and gas, business litigation, environmental law, bankruptcy, and aerospace and defense. Over his career, Joe has been involved in multiple nine-figure cases. He uses this experience to manage even the most complex real estate transactions.
Joe lives and breathes real estate. His father and both grandfathers are developers, and his family is involved in private equity, investment, construction, and sales all within the real estate industry. He uses this inside knowledge to advise his clients on more than just buying and selling houses. Joe wants his clients to thrive financially, and investing in real estate is an essential component in building and maintaining generational wealth.
Joe graduated with honors from Pepperdine University, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Sustainability. He was selected for the Political Science Honors Research Program where he published and defended his thesis. While in undergrad, he also earned his Certificate in Conflict Management from Pepperdine Law’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, which is consistently ranked by U.S. News as the country’s #1 program. After this, he earned the Alumni Scholarship, the Minyard Morris Scholarship, and the Schmale Family Scholarship to attend Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. He graduated toward the top of his class and published three case summaries for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Project as a staffer on the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review. He passed the California Bar Exam on his first attempt.