Krista K. Sabin

Associate Attorney

Attorney Profile

Krista K. Sabin is a Partner at Ogden & Fricks LLP and is dedicated to preserving family legacies and serving her community. Ms. Sabin’s practice is largely devoted to estate planning, wills, trusts, and farm, ranch, and business succession planning. Her practice also emphasizes general corporate counsel and entity formation issues, real estate and business transactions, and dispute resolution. Prior to joining the firm in 2005, Ms. Sabin worked as a loan officer specializing in agricultural and commercial loans with a portfolio in excess of $140 million. Her substantial commercial and agricultural lending background, together with her production agriculture background, provides significant advantages to her clients in succession planning, agricultural issues, and real estate transactions.

Ms. Sabin is a long-time resident of San Luis Obispo County having attended elementary school in Paso Robles and graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (B.S. Agricultural Business) in 1995. While working as a loan officer, Ms. Sabin attended Santa Barbara College of Law, where she received her Juris Doctor degree, with Honors, in 2004. Ms. Sabin was admitted to the California Bar that same year and has been working with Ogden & Fricks LLP since 2005. Ms. Sabin is admitted to practice in California and the United States Central District Court of California.

Ms. Sabin is active in the community and has served as President of the Arroyo Grande Chamber of Commerce, President of the SLO County California Women for Agriculture, and Secretary of the San Luis Obispo County Women Lawyers Association. She is also a long-standing member of the SLO County Bar Association and SLO County Cattlewomen’s Association. In 2017, Ms. Sabin was appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. to serve on the Board of Directors of the 16th District Agricultural Association, home of the California Mid-State Fair, where she served as President for two years.

In January 2024, to better serve our North County and rural clients, Ms. Sabin opened a second office location in Creston, California. When not serving her clients, Krista and her husband Casey, together with their two daughters, enjoy a western and active lifestyle.