Attorney Robert “Jeff” Busch, a native of Vallejo, California, graduated from Vallejo High School, where he participated in Boy Scouts (Eagle Scout), cross-country and tennis. It was in a business law class during his junior year that Robert first considered becoming an attorney. About that same time Jeff was accepted as one of the first group of police cadets sponsored by the Vallejo Police Department. Conversations Jeff had with various police officers helped point him toward a career in law enforcement. Unable to pass the vision test to become a peace officer, Jeff shifted his focus toward a career as an attorney, where he hoped to not only provide for his family, but also to make a difference in assisting individuals with legal issues.
Following high school Jeff attended Solano Community College, where he was a member of the conference championship water polo team, and earned his Letterman’s jacket as a member of the diving team.
During his time at Solano Community College Jeff spent two years in Southwest England doing volunteer work for his church.
Following Solano Community College Jeff transferred to the University of California, Davis, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History.
Jeff attended McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California, part of the University of The Pacific, where he earned his Juris Doctor’s degree.
In order to provide a higher level of service to his clients, Jeff limits his practice to estate planning (trusts, wills, durable powers of attorney, or advance health care directives), probate (probate, conservatorships, guardianships), trust administration and divorce mediation.
Jeff accepts the following legal insurance plans:
US Legal, LegalEASE, Met Life Legal Plan (formerly known as Hyatt Legal Plan.), Legal Shield, UPS Teamster Legal Trust Fund, and Workplace Options.
If you are a Veteran, First Responder, Health Care Professional or Teacher ask about your special discount.
Evening and Saturday appointments are available, as are home visits.
If you have questions regarding trusts, wills, durable powers of attorney, advance health care directives, probate, conservatorships, guardianships, trust administration, divorce, legal separation, child support, spousal support (alimony), custody or property division (including retirement plans), call Jeff at (916)859-0370 to schedule an appointment. Jeff has offices in Elk Grove, Gold River, Fairfield, and Tracy. In addition we make home visits, when appropriate.
Every act, every deed of justice and mercy and benevolence, makes heavenly music in Heaven.
I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy, and making others happy.
There can be no justice without truth. And there can be no truth, unless someone rises up to tell you the truth.
All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom, justice, honor.
We must weed out corruption and build a strong system of justice that the people can trust.
Equal rights, fair play, justice, are all like the air: we all have it, or none of us has it. That is the truth of it.
There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supercedes all other courts.
At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst.
Every step toward justice requires suffering and struggle; the tireless concern of dedicated individuals.
I have been surrounded by the most caring lawyers, by agents who are willing to risk their lives for others.
Justice consists in doing no injury to men; decency in giving them no offense.
I realized in law school is that I'd never think the same again - being a lawyer is a part of who I am now.
It is not what a lawyer tells me I may do; but what humanity, reason, and justice tell me I ought to do.
Justice in the life and conduct of the State is possible only as first it resides in the hearts of the citizens.
Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.
Maybe it won’t get that far, but those who care about these international law disputes think China and the U.S. are on a collision course because both sides hew closely to contradictory readings of international law. One would assume the conflict won’t go nuclear.