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Olympia, Washington Lawyers

Working with Clients in Olympia in the areas of Family Law, Business Law, Real Estate, Construction Law, and Probate

The attorneys of the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess provide individuals and businesses throughout Olympia, WA with legal counsel and representation across a variety of practice areas. From representing people in child custody disputes to helping businesses obtain work authorization for highly qualified foreign candidates, our firm is here to assist you. Below is a listing of some of our practice areas and some of the specific issues with which we regularly assist clients:

Family Law – Child support disputes, maintenance (alimony), divorce, division of assets, restraining orders, separation agreements, child custody, uncontested divorce

Real Estate Law – Purchase agreements, closings, disclosure compliance, neighbor disputes, easements, contract drafting and negotiation, debt collection, litigation, eminent domain, condemnation

Construction Law – Regulatory compliance, litigation, contractor/subcontractor disputes, service agreements, debt collection, litigation

Business Law – Entity formation, compliance, dispute resolution, partnership disputes, articles of organization, the purchase or sale of a business, litigation

Probate Law – Trust formation, will drafting and execution, representation of trustees, breach of fiduciary duty, beneficiary disputes,will contests, and undue influence

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal problems can be confusing and stressful, especially for those who do not have legal training and experience. As a result, many of our clients come to us with questions regarding their case and the way in which it will be resolved. Here are some answers to some of the questions we regularly hear from our clients

What are My Options?

Many legal issues and disputes could be resolved in multiple ways. For example, if you wish to make sure that a particular child of yours inherits your home, you could place your home into a trust, pass it to your child through a will, or use a form of joint ownership. Similarly, if you are involved in a dispute with a neighbor, you could take your case to court or engage in informal negotiations. Our attorneys will thoroughly explore all of your options with you so that you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.

Will My Case Go to Trial?

One of the first questions that many our of clients whether their case will go to trial. The answer to this question depends on a number of factors, including the type of dispute in which you are involved and the position of the other party.

How Much Will My Case Cost?

Legal fees can vary dramatically based on the nature of the issue and the scope of representation. As a result, it is impossible to discuss our “typical” legal fees without thoroughly analyzing your case. At the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess, we are dedicated to fair and transparent billing practices and work hard to provide efficient representation.

Call the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess Today to Speak with an Olympia, WA Attorney

to providing personalized and effective legal services to each client we represent and make ourselves accessible to our clients so that they can stay aware of the status of their case.

Call now for a phone consultation at: (253) 299-8116 for Tacoma Office or (206) 207-0832 for Seattle Office. For more options, visit our contact us page.