Sutton Law Firm

Sutton Law Firm is a general service civil law firm emphasizing property law, contract law, and general civil litigation.


We handle real property transactions, litigation, judge and jury trials, "ADR" ("alternative dispute resolution", including mediation and arbitration,) probate, living trust administration, contracts, business transactions, and other matters. 

Call 408-294-2280 today for an appointment in Santa Clara or in Santa Cruz! There is "no charge" for the first appointment with a lawyer, up to one-half hour.


Ph (408) 294-2280 - Best to make an appt! 

Direct Cell- Mr. Sutton (408) 836-3740

900 Lafayette St. #200 Fax (408) 516-9086
Santa Clara, CA 95050 Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Real Estate Lawyer licensed to practice law in all state courts in every county in California and Colorado, and also in U.S. federal courts in the Northern District and Eastern District of California, the Ninth…

Real Estate Lawyer

Real Estate Lawyer We emphasize property law, including deeds and other transfers of title, advice on how to take title, and litigation about property rights.


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Sutton Law Firm

900 Lafayette St. #200

Santa Clara, CA 95050

Phone (408) 294-2280

Fax (408) 516-9086



By appointment only:

2240 Muriel Drive

Santa Cruz, CA 95062

Our Staff


"Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser -- in fees, expenses, and waste of time.

As a peacemaker, the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will be business enough."

--Abraham Lincoln