It’s true,

you can love your lawyers (just not that way).

We’re young, but not new. We’ve worked with hundreds of people in your shoes, and yes, they’ve all been confused/worried/excited, too. Basically, you’re in good company.

Our clients are creative, driven, and contagiously enthusiastic. Here are some of our favorites.


Lawyers suck. Except for wilkmazz. Emily and Sam are positive, collaborative and dependable. Nobody ever describes lawyers that way, except maybe Matlock.

– Steve Dubbeldam

Wilderness is a group of creators, writers and filmmakers who work to inspire mankind to rediscover the balance and growth that being in wilderness brings. Wilderness makes Patagonia look like ExxonMobil. Wilderness makes you better.

The Giving Keys

Working with wilkmazz feels like a partnership. They communicate the law in ways our team can understand and even enjoy. It really feels like we are all on the same team.

– Caitlin Crosby

The Giving Keys employs people transitioning out of homelessness in Los Angeles to make necklaces and other jewelry out of repurposed keys. We need more business models and 45th presidential administrations like TGK.


Wilkmazz has been clutch for our business success. That and our private reserve of Kennebec potatoes.

– Max and Fred Guerrero

Burgerlords might be the first blog-to-table restaurant — yeah, it started as a burger blog and now has locations in Chinatown, Los Angeles and Highland Park. Their fries are vegan. Their restaurants are experiences. Their rule is benevolent.

Creative Visions Foundation

Emily and Sam don’t just handle our paperwork and send a bill. They help us understand our legal needs. It’s empowering to work with them. Like summiting El Capitan without ropes. Or not using a sleeve on a hot cup of coffee.

– Kathy Eldon and Amy Eldon Turteltaub

Creative Visions Foundation is the agency for creative activists and social entrepreneurs who use media, technology and art to spark social change. CVF has incubated more than 200 projects that have impacted 100 million people on six continents — including three lawyers in San Diego.

The Giving Keys
Creative Visions