Rebecca F. Weisman
Ms. Weisman was admitted to the California Bar in 1994 and began an extensive career as a civil litigation attorney for several law firms practicing in a variety of legal areas prior to establishing Fleishman & Weisman, PC. Her law firm specializes in Conservatorships, Special Needs Trusts, Personal Injury, Probate, Law for the Developmentally Disabled, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Revocable Living Trusts, and related matters.
Ms. Weisman also has extensive experience in personal injury litigation, estate planning, taxation, business, real estate and all levels of litigation, both at trial and through the appellate process. She particularly enjoys consulting with clients through each stage of the legal process to ensure that the client thoroughly understands the entire legal matter, ranging from Conservatorships, Trusts, Estate Planning, etc...
Rebecca F. Weisman earned her B.A. degree in English at Brandeis University in 1984. At Brandeis she was an active member of the Women's varsity soccer and swim teams. She then attended Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, where she graduated with highest honors in 1994, and from where she obtained her Master of Laws in Taxation Degree (LL.M) in 1998, also with honors. While in law school, she was editor of Woman's Law Forum, Golden Gate Law Review and was an America Jurisprudence Awards winner in Wills & Trusts, Evidence and Writing & Research. She is a published law review author and worked as a Judicial Extern for the California Court of Appeals.
Mr. Fleishman was born in 1945 in Los Angeles, California. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley in 1967, and later studied in the Masters of Business Administration program at the University of Illinois. He graduated with honors from U.C.L.A. School of Law in 1971, and began practicing law in 1972.
He worked as a Vista Volunteer Lawyer in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia,
coordinated the youth program of a state presidential campaign, and later joined
a public defenders office. He entered private practice in 1980.
In 2002-2006, Allen was named to the "Top 300 attorneys of Silicon
Valley" by San Jose Magazine which placed him in the top 10 attorneys in the field
of Elder Law, Dependent Law and Litigation. Mr. Fleishman is now retired.