About Bradley Hebert
Brad is an attorney at Sehr Law Firm, and he has practiced law in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1998. He has been an attorney at mid-size and boutique law firms in the Bay Area focusing on real estate and business transactions.
His practice areas include:
- Real estate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, subleasing, financing, property management, landlord-tenant issues, title review, and insurance matters
- Real estate loans and business financing
- Entity formation and governance
- Business transactions, contracts, and construction documents
- Trust administration, probate, and accounting
- Gifting and property tax reassessment exclusion planning
- Estate planning and tax matters
Brad has successfully handled a wide range of real estate transactions, including purchases and sales, title matters, leasing, subleasing, property management, construction contracts, financing, workouts, family gifting, and other real estate related transactions. That real estate practice includes counseling clients regarding office, retail, industrial, research and development, warehouse, agricultural, and residential real property matters. Brad has represented a variety of real estate clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies, real estate portfolio holding companies, retailers and high-tech companies engaged in national leasing programs, developers, builders, contractors, investors, business owners, and family operations. Brad previously worked at a boutique San Francisco law firm representing extremely high net worth foreign clients and handling all aspects of their California real property holdings. He also worked in the transactional real estate group of a premier mid-sized San Jose real estate boutique law firm.
Brad’s business practice focuses on all aspects of entity formation, dissolution, governance, compliance, contracts, asset sales, conversions, mergers, acquisitions, relocations, and other business matters. He also handles many of our client’s trust administration and probate needs, including preparing trust accountings and real property management.
Brad attended law school at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and earned a Master’s degree in Taxation at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California. Brad obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and worked for several years as a Certified Public Accountant in San Francisco before attending law school.
- State Bar of California
- Certified Public Accountant – California (Inactive)
- United States Tax Court