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Wills: Five reasons you need a will

Do you think that wills are only for the wealthy? Or do you believe that your trust, jointly owned property, or insurance with named beneficiaries takes care of everything? Think Read More

Distracted Driving Law: Concentrate or Pay

Just drive! Or pay the fines and then the increased insurance premiums. Sunday the new distracted driving law and a major tightening of the rules concerning cell phones take effect Read More

Digital estate planning

What are your electronics, blog, and online photos worth? You may have worked with an estate planning attorney to carefully plan your family’s financial future. But did you include your digital Read More

Immigration Travel Ban Update

After Supreme Court ruling travel for people with relationships in U.S. allowed. While the Supreme Court lifted the hold on some aspects of the immigration travel ban, it ordered the administration Read More

IRS says: Beware phone scam

New IRS phone scam threatens immediate arrest art by Anecdoteak by Norman Short, PartnerA new and vicious phone scam has reached the Puget Sound area in which the caller poses as an IRS (Internal Read More

Saving clients thousands on medical records

It used to cost thousands of dollars for lawyers to obtain medical records for clients. Then the HITECH Act mandated electronic health record use and set new rates. HITECH also speeds Read More

Travel Information for Immigrants

We advise all immigrants who are not U.S. citizens to refrain from travel outside the United States until the matter of the Travel Ban is settled, regardless of your country Read More

Happiness and lawyers

We don’t usually associate happiness and lawyers. Yet consider: What does it take to make us happy? Many psychologists tell us that choice and control over our environment have a Read More

Holiday child custody tips

by David Jones, Family Law Attorney and Partner, GSJones Law Group, P.S. For divorced and separated parents Christmas time can be very difficult, especially the children. Holiday child custody issues add to the Read More

4 ways to break a lease

“Can I break my lease?” was the first question posed by a Facebook friend. We created an opportunity for people to suggest topics they would like more information about. If Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

With deep gratitude for the awesome gifts of a glorious universe and our lives,may we live to bless the world and each other with our care.Amen The Partners and Staff Read More

Happy and safe Halloween

Some of our attorneys and staff gather to wish you and yours a happy Halloween. Aren’t they a booutiful group? Read More

Beware Jury Duty Scam

The Kitsap County Sheriff warns of a phone scam. A man is phoning folks in the West Sound area and informing them that they need to pay a large sum Read More

Yasmin Clark & Tort Reform

Tort reform limits justice for children by John Groseclose, Partner Tort reform has been sold to us as an easy way to reduce high medical costs and frivolous lawsuits.  More accurately, tort reform limits Read More

Black lives matter, key to the rule of law

We talk a lot about the rule of law. A key part of the rule of law is the obligation of courts to protect the rights of those with less Read More

Secrecy allows child custody abuse to flourish

Decisions about child custody can have disastrous results When a court appoints a guardian ad litem in a custody case, the responsibility can be more keenly felt than any other responsibilities. Read More

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