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    As a full-service law firm, O’Brien, Barton & Hopkins, PLLP, serves clients in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties from their offices in Issaquah, Washington. Our caseload includes matters related to estate planning, criminal defense, traffic tickets and personal injury, as well as real estate, business and family law. We accept credit cards and offer free initial consultations to discuss ways...

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    Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Snohomish County and the northern Seattle metro region from our law office in Marysville, Washington, the attorneys at the Curtis & Casteel Law Group, PLLC, are fully prepared to help you with all of the serious and pressing legal issues affecting your finances, your property, your business and your future. For those seeking relief from...

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    From our law office in Everett, Washington, the attorneys at Cogdill Nichols Rein Wartelle Andrews are here to help you with all the serious and pressing legal issues affecting every area of your life, including your livelihood, your family, your freedom, your business and your future. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Snohomish, King and Skagit counties and the surrounding areas, our...

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    Located in Bothell, Washington, the Curtis & Casteel Law Group, PLLC, is here to help you find relief from your overwhelming debt as well as to assist you with many other legal challenges affecting your property, your business and your future. Along with offering effective bankruptcy services, our law firm also provides unmatched representation and support in all areas of residential and...

  • 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...

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