I am an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California. My office is located in Los Altos, California, where I’ve maintained my law practice since 1976. My practice areas include Wills and Trusts, Probate, Estate Litigation, Civil Litigation, Real Property Transactions and Representation of Fiduciaries (Trustees, Executors, Conservators, and Guardians), Real Property Assessment Issues, and Contracts and Commercial Transactions.
My State Bar entries are to be found under my legal name of Paul Ivan Myers III (State Bar Number 72067). I am most often referred to as Chico Myers and you are welcome to use that name when contacting me.
I am Past President of the Palo Alto Area Bar Association.
I practice with my brother, Alexander P. Myers, and my daughter, Megan M. Myers, under the firm name of Myers & Myers.
Alexander P. Myers
My brother and partner in Myers & Myers.
Megan M. Myers
Megan M. Myers was admitted to the California State Bar in 2004. Since 2013, Ms. Myers has been practicing primarily in two distinct areas. The first area is estate planning, trust administration, and probate. The second area is energy regulatory law before the California Public Utilities Commission.
Prior to 2013, Ms. Myers worked for almost four years as a Public Defender in Northern California and almost four years for firms practicing civil litigation defense. During her time as a Public Defender, Ms. Myers performed eight trials.
Ms. Myers earned her J.D. from the University of Oregon and her B.A. from University of California at Santa Barbara.
Sara Steck Myers
Ms. Myers has a longstanding private practice specializing in the areas of electric energy and water utility regulation, rates, service, distribution and transmission, and related public interest and environmental issues. Her practice includes representation of energy consumers; small investor-owned water and sewer utilities, independent energy producers; third party energy efficiency, demand response, and data access providers; California cities and state governmental agencies; and environmental and public interest organizations before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), other state and federal energy agencies, and California courts. Energy representation has focused on, among other things, advancing California policies aimed at increasing reliance on, and procurement of, clean energy resources and technologies to meet the State’s electricity demand, while maintaining grid reliability. Prior to starting her private practice, Ms. Myers was Regulatory Counsel for California Energy Company and previously served as an Administrative Law Judge at the CPUC and as a law clerk to justices in the California and U.S. Courts of Appeal. Ms. Myers has also appeared as an expert witness on CPUC and qualifying facility (QF) contract issues in civil court litigation and arbitration. Ms. Myers holds a BA in English from Stanford University and a JD from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. She is an active member of the California State Bar Association.