Top Moclips State, Local & Municipal Law Lawyers - Washington

  • From her law office in Olympia, Washington, (and branch office in Seattle) Victoria S. Byerly, P.S., attorney Victoria S. Byerly represents the needs and goals of a diverse range of clients throughout King, Thurston and Pierce counties who have legal needs involving any of the following practice areas: • Estate planning, wills and trusts, probate, trust administration, pet trusts and estate...

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    Here at the Law Offices of John Sheeran in Tacoma, Washington, we provide outstanding legal representation and support to those dealing with serious criminal charges as well as licensed professionals seeking to preserve their careers. We have secured numerous acquittals, dismissals and reductions of charges for our clients in state, federal and appellate courts across our region. Serving clients...

  • Serving as a trusted legal advocate, Victoria S. Byerly, P.S., provides dedicated estate planning, tax law and business law services to clients in Seattle, Washington, as well as throughout King, Thurston and Pierce counties.  When it comes to thinking about their own mortality, Ms. Byerly knows that many people are reticent. However, she also understands the importance of creating an estate...

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    Vision North City Law helps our clients grow, protect, and pass ideas, property, and wealth. Mission North City Law is committed to helping our clients comply with the law, protect assets, and plan for the future. Our Approach We are a law firm that provides transparent value to you, your dynamic business, and your future. We follow a transparent fee schedule where you can clearly see our value...

  • As the oldest law firm on the Eastside, the roots of Livengood Alskog can be traced to its founding member, Maury Powell, who began his law practice in Kirkland in 1935. Maury was the first full-time lawyer on the Eastside, opening an office in the Kirkland National Bank Building, at the corner of Lake Street and Kirkland Way. In 1952, Gordon Livengood joined the firm, then called Powell, Johnson...

  • Welcome to Reitsch Weston & Blondin, P.L.L.C. Since 1935, we have provided high caliber legal representation based on experience and a strong commitment to every client. We are proud to offer our skills to businesses and individuals in a broad range of practice areas. While clients come to us for a variety of reasons, many suffer from personal injury, require help with real estate matters,...

  • Mark Muenster attended four years of college at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut graduating with a B.A. in 1976. He studied law at Boston University School of Law, in Boston, Massachusetts and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1979. Mark has devoted most of his legal career to criminal defense work. Mark is admitted to practice law in Washington, Massachusetts, the United States...

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