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Best attorney: Peter Vlautin

Village Life photo by Julie Samrick
Village Life photo by Julie Samrick

His 40-plus years of experience is why Peter Vlautin believes he’s the people’s pick for favorite attorney in El Dorado Hills.

“I’m your lawyer for life,” he said. ‘You’ll always travel first class with me.”

The San Francisco native was a criminal defense attorney for the public defender’s office in Sacramento County for many years. “I did everything from petty theft to death penalty cases,” he said. Today he specializes in estates, probates, civil litigation, elder abuse and “just about anything criminal law,” said Vlautin.

Most of his clients are referrals, he said, and he goes the extra mile for all of his clients. “I just take care of their needs,” Vlautin said when asked about his success.

He thanked readers for voting him best attorney and said he purposely stays local to take care of people in Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer Counties.

Vlautin holds both a master’s in tax and a law degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

Peter Vlautin’s office is located at 3907 Park Drive, Suite 230, El Dorado Hills. For more information call (916) 365-9734 or visit petervlautin.com.

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