Tim Galusha is a partner of the firm. His practice focuses on real estate, business, and partnership law, and he specializes in property tax issues. Mr. Galusha is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley (B.A. 1990) and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law (J.D. 1993). He externed at the California Court of Appeal for Justice Ming Chin, a current Justice of the California Supreme Court.

Mr. Galusha is a member of the Real Property and Business Law sections of the State Bar of California, the San Francisco Bar, and the Marin County Bar. From 2011 - 2015, Mr. Galusha served as the Co-Chair of the Marin County Bar’s Real Property Section.

Since 2003, Mr. Galusha has lectured on property tax issues concerning Proposition 13 and reassessment. He is the co-author with Wayne Gilbert of “Understanding Property Tax Treatment of Trusts” (Winter, 2007) Vol.12, No. 4, Trusts and Estates Quarterly. Mr. Galusha has volunteered pro bono services on behalf of Marin Legal Aid since 2003.

Mr. Galusha lives in Marin with his wife and three children, and his activities also include tennis, Crossfit, skiing, soccer, and coaching soccer.

Practice Areas:

  • Real Estate Transactions

  • Business Law

  • Partnership Law

  • Property Tax Issues


  • BA, University of California at Berkeley

  • JD, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Bar Memberships:

  • State of California, Business Law Section

  • San Francisco

  • Marin County, Real Property Section Co-Chair (former)