Ann Wilson of Wilson & Wilson is now at Carmel & Naccasha.
Phone: (805) 546-8785
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In the legal industry, great attorneys are considered experts in their respective fields. When the topic is real estate, Ann Wilson is the expert you seek.
Whether the need is real estate transactions, easement disputes, homeowners’ associations and common interest developments, or subjects as complex as partition actions and title and boundary disputes, Ann’s decades of experience practicing law has focused exclusively on real estate for clients throughout the Central Coast, and beyond.
Most importantly, Ann is committed to providing personal and professional representation to individuals, homeowner associations, common interest developments, and other parties facing real estate law concerns such as landlord-tenant and neighbor disputes. Ann is also well known for her advisory role to homeowner association property managers where it is her goal to settle issues without litigation whenever possible. She joined Carmel & Naccasha after practicing as a partner at Wilson & Wilson for more than 30 years, where she continues to counsel real estate clients in all matters relating to real property.
After growing up in Southern California, Ann moved to the Bay Area to study law at Santa Clara University. Her grandmother was the inspiration that put her on the path to pursue her career as an attorney. Ann worked in the San Francisco Bay area until she and her husband, Denton, moved to San Luis Obispo. Outside of work, Ann enjoys hiking with her husband and her dog, Lottie, and spending time with her two adult children, Tyler and Alexandra.
- Superior Court Judge Pro Tem
- Community Focused Court Planning Committee
- San Luis Obispo High School
- Mock Trial Coach (2007–2019)
- California Mock Trial Adult Advocate of the Year (2019)
- San Luis Obispo County Bar Association
- President (1999)
- Women Lawyers Association of San Luis Obispo County
- President (1994)
- State Bar of California
- Chair, Central Coast Real Property Roundtable (2003)
- California Lawyers Association
- Member, Real Property Section
- Member, Common Interest Development–HOA Practice Area Committee
- California Association of Realtors
- Member, Legal Affairs Forum
- Santa Barbara College of Law, Legal Research
- The State Bar of California (1982–present)