Law Office of Sean Musgrove
Serving Sacramento, El Dorado & Placer County
We work with clients worldwide so long as they have a case in California. We have represented military members and people working abroad in Court successfully.
Wherever you are, Our Attorney’s can help you!
The Law Office of Sean Musgrove practice generally serves Northern California and has a primary focus on the Greater Sacramento Area. This includes Sacramento County Attorney Services, El Dorado County Attorney Services, and Placer County Attorney Services. However, we have fought in cases that were set in Nevada County, Sutter County, Yuba County, Amador County, Butte County, Solano County, Contra Costa County, Alameda County, San Francisco County, and San Mateo County. The Law Office of Sean Musgrove has also litigated cases in Los Angeles County.
No matter where you are living, we can serve you. If you are living out of the area, or you want to retain our services to come to your area, we can do that. We are 100% digitally capable and can work with people who are far away. We have had clients as far away as Florida, New Hampshire, and Germany. As long as you have the Internet, we can work for you wherever you are.
Why our Attorney’s & Lawyers Are Different!
There are many law firms out there, but there are huge differences between them and us.
First and foremost, we are proud to say that we are client focused. We deliver great customer service to our clients. This is unheard of in the legal profession. We never forget that we serve our clients and we work for them.
We work to develop a cost-effective strategy for your case. We help you determine what battles to fight, and what battles to let go. We make sure you get more bang for your buck.
No lawyer can guarantee success because it is up to the Judge to decide. However, we work hard to make sure the Judge hears your side of the case.
We allow customers to work remotely with us so they can adjust their schedules. We are 100% digital. This means that when documents come in, they are scanned and sent to our clients.
We can have a meeting with a client on the client’s time without the need for them to come in. That saves vacation and sick time. Of course, we always invite the client to come see us and face to face appointments are always available.
All attorneys say they are aggressive, but what does that mean to them? To the Law Office of Sean Musgrove, being aggressive means being strategic with every step that we take on behalf you, the Client. We explore our options and take appropriate actions that are designed to put you in the best possible light.
Law Office of Sean Musgrove Background
The Law Office of Sean Musgrove was started in 2004 by Sean Musgrove.
Sean Musgrove had a fifteen-year career at a Fortune 500 company. Dissatisfied with his career, Sean Musgrove started law school while working full-time with a young family at home. After graduating from McGeorge School of Law and passing the California State Bar Exam, Sean Musgrove opened an office on his own.
His early career gave him simultaneous experience in civil litigation, family law/divorce, and criminal law cases. Sean has worked tirelessly to make sure no matter what area of law he was dealing with, he was providing the very best representation.
As a criminal defense lawyer, Sean Musgrove learned how to argue in Court, giving him thousands of hours of Court time in a few short years. From cases that dealt with “benign” charges of being drunk in public to representing those serving life sentences, Sean Musgrove learned how to represent Clients when it meant the most and the stakes were the highest.
As a family law/divorce lawyer, Sean Musgrove worked with individuals who were in need of representation. He represented clients who had a wide variety of family law related issues, including, but not limited to, getting “divorced” so they could remarry, child custody, child move-away cases, guardianship cases, child support cases, spousal and alimony cases, obtaining domestic violence orders, fighting domestic violence orders, and dividing marital property.
As a civil litigation attorney, Sean Musgrove learned how a case is prosecuted from beginning to end. He learned when to settle a case, when not to settle a case, how to litigate in the law and motion arena, and how to prepare for trial.
All three areas, although unique, together gave Sean Musgrove his skills at litigating. His career at the Fortune 500 company also gave him skills in both customer service and running an organized business.
In 2013, Sean Musgrove stopped representing criminals in parole cases because he wanted a change of direction.
He began focusing primarily on family law and started being selective with the civil cases that he took. Today, if Sean takes a civil litigation case, it means that he is committed to maximizing the value to his clients and providing the proper service to his clients.