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Marin County Lawyer Andrew Rhine

Andrew M. Rhine

Andrew M. Rhine

I am a native San Franciscan. I received my undergraduate degree from University of California, Berkeley and law degree with Honors from the University of San Francisco in 1983.


I am a litigator. I have extensive and successful experience representing personal injury clients from intake through trial. Over the years, I have represented clients involved in complex product liability cases against foreign manufacturers, hard fought and sensitive cases involving clergy misconduct, and auto cases involving catastrophic injuries with difficult engineering reconstruction issues

When you come to the Law Office of Andrew Rhine, there are several things that you can expect:

  • Personal Attention – When you come to my law office, you deal directly with me and are not shuffled between paralegals and associates. You will feel like you are my only client and find that I am easy to talk to in my office, but an aggressive advocate for you in the courtroom.
  • Someone who goes the extra mile – I have traveled throughout the U.S. and overseas to conduct depositions and to investigate a client’s case.
  • To be kept in the loop – I keep my clients informed on all aspects of their case.

Probate, Estates and Trusts

I am also a probate and estates and trust attorney. My background has given me the opportunity to look at my client’s entire situation and help the client reach a well thought-through decision regarding the estate plan. I appreciate that estate plans often need revising over time and people sometimes need input from other professional advisors. I welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively.

I look forward to the opportunity to sit down with clients and help provide documents that speak to their specific situation. I want my clients to think about what will happen if they become ill or incapacitated. Who will have control of their person and financial assets? What will happen to children and other dependents if there is no planning?

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