Daniel J. Geraldi was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has been practicing litigation, family law, estate planning, and corporate governance since he was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1997. As a general practitioner, Daniel has broad legal experience and expertise in many fields, including family law, litigation and estate planning.

Daniel is a long time resident of Northern California. Born in San Francisco, he grew up in Sonoma County and attended Petaluma High School. In 1989, he earned his B.A. in history from San Francisco State University.

In 1991, he received his M.A. in history from San Francisco State University. In 1994, he began his study of law at Rutgers School of Law, located in Camden, New Jersey. However, he decided to return to his home state of California after just one year and enrolled in UCLA Law School, where he completed his final years of law study and graduated in 1997. That same year Daniel sat for and passed the California Bar exam.

He began his legal career working in the entertainment community of Southern California’s Century City. After doing that for several years, he returned to the Bay Area. Since his return, he has represented numerous clients throughout the nine Bay Area counties and beyond. For the better part of a decade, Daniel has lived and worked in San Ramon, where he serves not only the local community, but also national and international clients.

Daniel approaches each case by focusing on the specific needs of the individual client. Realizing that no two clients are the same and that each has different goals, he approaches every case from start to finish with a “client based strategy”. He prides himself on providing the highest possible representation in the most cost effective manner. His representation includes relationship building. He strives to keep clients fully informed of the most recent and smallest aspects of their case. His clients appear to appreciate that because many of his current clients are referrals from past clients.

In his free time, Daniel serves as the head wrestling coach for a local high school and is very active with the San Ramon Valley Rotary Club.

If you have any questions, Daniel Geraldi can be reached at (925) 236-0045.


Alan R. Geraldi is a corporate attorney who has been practicing law since 1991. He is a life-time resident of Northern California, being in born in San Francisco, raised in the rural Northern California town of Penngrove and studying at Sonoma State University and the University of San Francisco. Alan obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology from Sonoma State University. After working in the geothermal-chemical field in a small laboratory in Santa Rosa, he obtained his law degree from University of San Francisco where he graduated cum laude in 1991. While in law school, Alan served on the USF Law Review staff and he has since published multiple articles in several law reviews and other legal publications.

Throughout his career, Alan has counseled major international and domestic companies, both privately held and publicly traded, including transportation companies, restaurants, high technology clients and various start-ups. His emphasis is in intellectual property, transportation, antitrust, contract, real estate and general corporate law. He has sat on the board of directors of numerous companies.

Alan has sat for and passed the state bar exams in California, Hawaii and Nevada. In addition, he sat for and is admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Alan is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court and is a practicing patent attorney admitted to practice before the United States Patent Office. In his former practice he was a member of an AV rated law firm and received high praise from his clients. Alan believes a successful business attorney is one that minimizes risks, maximizes returns and ultimately secures and preserves profitable and compliant business. This philosophy is inherent in his work product and representation.

Alan is an avid triathlete and runs ultramarathons having finished four Ironman events, numerous 100-mile runs and the infamous 135-mile Badwater run through the Death Valley desert. In his free time he enjoys playing and coaching sports with his children.