About The Firm

Attorneys at Soden & Steinberger, APLC are experienced, successful entrepreneurs with extensive backgrounds in corporate, real estate, finance, and intellectual property matters.

We use practical understanding of business matters as we seek to secure the best solution for your legal protection. We are based out of San Diego, California and serve clients all over the country.

Our attorneys offer each client the benefit of our broad business background, our strong entrepreneurial spirit and our skilled legal counsel to benefit your interests. Whether you need counsel on business enterprise formation, franchise formation, a business or real-estate sale or acquisition, intellectual property law, or a shareholder dispute, we are here to protect your interests and your bottom line.

What sets us apart?

  • At Soden & Steinberger, you work directly with your attorney. You will never be passed off to an assistant or paralegal like some larger firms will do with their clients.
  • Your needs come first. We are accessible and responsive to your phone calls.
  • When you work with one of our lawyers, he or she will earnestly and intelligently get to know your business and grasp the unique issues and concerns that your business may be facing. That attorney remains as your counsel throughout the duration of your legal matter thus cutting down on time and cost for all involved.
  • When you seek our counsel, we are viewing your needs through two lenses: A seasoned businessperson’s eyes for cost-savings, quick-thinking and decisive action, and an experienced lawyer’s eyes for all legal options, potential threats and comprehensive proactive strategies.

Put our experience, creativity and efficiency to work for you.


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