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Why Someone May File For Bankruptcy

    There are many different reasons a person may be having trouble making ends meet. Some common reasons that people find themselves in financial hardship include medical debt, credit card debt and other unplanned expenses. If you are facing an unimaginable...

Limits on Wage Garnishment

  A wage garnishment is an order that requires your employer to withhold a certain amount of money from your pay and send it directly to the creditor who issued the garnishment. For some debt, such as credit card payments or a doctor’s bill, a money judgement...

Filing Bankruptcy To Stop Your Foreclosure

Facing foreclosure can be overwhelming and there's a lot of misinformation about how to stop your foreclosure. If you're facing foreclosure in Washington State, today's video will go over what bankruptcy options are available to you to stop the foreclosure and save...

Do You Need An Attorney To Create A LLC?

Many of our clients are looking to form a LLC; whether it's for a new business venture, holding real estate, or co-owning assets with other members. One of the first questions we get many times is "Do I need any attorney to do this?" The short answer is no, you do not...

What is a Quit Claim Deed?

What is a Quit Claim Deed? A quit claim deed is a legal document that transfers ownership of real property from one person to another, but without any warranties or guarantees. In Washington State, there are certain requirements for quit claim deeds; it must be in...

Alternatives to Bankruptcy

If you are struggling with debt, bankruptcy might be a good option but if you are averse to the idea of filing for bankruptcy, consider alternative steps for digging out of debt. In some situations, a non-bankruptcy course of action may be your best remedy. Even...

Wills vs. Revocable Living Trusts

A last will and testament and revocable living trust both provide a set of instructions for how your assets will be distributed after you pass away. Both legal documents have similarities and differences that should be considered before deciding which document to use....