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Guide to personal injury cases

First steps in personal injury cases 1: Get as much information as you can as soon after the accident as possible. If you can’t do it yourself, enlist the help of family Read More

5 Tips to Avoid Auto Accidents This Holiday Weekend

Labor Day weekend demands especially careful driving to avoid auto accidents. While not all car accidents can be avoided, you can reduce your chances of ending up a victim. The Read More

How to negotiate an insurance settlement

Should I negotiate my own insurance settlement? If you have an insurance settlement offer you may be able to successfully negotiate a better settlement for yourself.  Your best chance is if Read More

Time for a co-parenting check-in

Co-parenting? Midsummer is a great time for a co-parenting check-in.  Even while you and the kids are celebrating all the fun that summer brings, set aside a little time for Read More

2018 Tax Tips

We’re Halfway Through 2018, Have You Adjusted Your Paycheck Withholding? by Norman Short, Partner, GSJones Law Group, P.S. For the majority of us who earn a paycheck, last year’s tax bill made significant Read More

Litigators won $332,000 jury verdict for small businessman

GSJones Litigators turn the tables on a corporate plaintiff suing a small business owner GSJones Law Group litigators won a $332,000 jury verdict for Kitsap County cabinetmaker Shannon Wagner. Port Orchard Airport, Inc. Read More

Meet Kimberly Hammit, our firm’s newest attorney

Kim Hammit brings experience in business formation, estate planning, real estate law “I am passionate about serving each client & love helping them overcome the challenges that bring them to see Read More

Attorney-client privilege: Is everything I tell my lawyer secret?

With the FBI raid on a high profile attorney in the news, you may wonder about your own attorney-client privilege. Is everything you share with your lawyer secret? Could she tell your Read More

You have something in common with Stormy Daniels

Surprised? You both have arbitration agreements. We all agree to arbitration as the means of resolving disagreements dozens of times. Arbitration agreements are standard to most agreements, including all those Read More

Time for Paycheck Checkup: IRS Calculator

IRS Withholding Calculator You can now check your IRS paycheck deduction, using the new IRS Withholding Calculator. The new tax law has several major changes and it has been implemented on Read More

Personal injury attorney sues Port Townsend for retired reporter

GSJones Law Group personal injury attorney Chalmers Johnson sues Port Townsend, the police department and the officer who injured his client, a retired newspaper reporter. Port Townsend police officer threw retired Read More

Settle Your IRS debt

In the past several months three of my clients were able to settle their IRS debt through the Offer in Compromise program.  If you owe back taxes this is a Read More

Is joint ownership a good substitute for a will?

The short answer is probably not.   Joint ownership is sometimes called the poor person’s will or the lazy will, although it is the most common form of estate planning. Its chief Read More

Representing immigrants focus of Kitsap Legal Services benefit

Benefit features hero of  Travel Ban plus GSJones speaker and MC in evening focused on immigration Noah Purcell kept Featured speaker Noah Purcell, Washington State Solicitor General tells of stopping the Travel Read More

Newlywed Tax Tips

Newly married this summer? by Norman Short, business and tax lawyer, GSJones Law Group, P.S. You’re probably worn out from dealing with the myriad of details your wedding demanded.  The last thing you Read More

Books on divorce

A good divorce lawyer is essential; good books on divorce are vital Divorce is tough. Our five divorce attorneys know that well. Nothing is more important than family and friends that can Read More

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