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Recent News and Educational Resources from Reed Longyear

We are happy to announce that Elizabeth A. Hanley has joined Reed Longyear as a member! Hanley comes to Reed Longyear from her individual practice, The Hanley Law Firm PLLC, and brings with her paralegal Brittany Bitar. Elizabeth works in the areas of general litigation, employment law, civil rights and personal injury.

January marks the five year anniversary for associate attorney Larissa Chan with Reed Longyear. Larissa works in the areas of personal and estate planning, trust administration and probate. Your hard work and commitment are vital to our success, thank you for five years of service!

Washington State Minimum Wage Increase

The election on November 8, 2016 saw the confirmation of Initiative 1433, which will increase the Washington State minimum wage to $13.50 an hour by 2020. Similar to the Seattle minimum wage increase, this will be a gradual transition spread from year to year. Starting January 1 of each consecutive year, the Washington State minimum […]

We’re celebrating several firm anniversaries in November. Jeanelle Richardson (15 years), Joy Yabanci (9 years), Attorney Jason Burnett (8 years), and Attorney Noah Williams (4 years). Thank you all for your dedication and hard work!

Carla Calogero will be a program co-chair for the Seattle University School of Law’s Master’s Level Elder Law CLE. Attorney Calogero will be a moderator for the panel titled “End of Life on One’s Own Terms: A In-depth Panel Discussion”. This panel will focus on end-of-life decision making, palliative care/hopsice, and advance care planning.

Real Estate Syndication Explained

In its most basic form, the real estate syndication is the solicitation and pooling of multiple investor’s money to acquire an existing asset or develop a new project and distribute the profits (or losses) to the investors and the syndicators. The person organizing and syndicating the Project is commonly referred to as the sponsor.  The […]

What to Know When Hiring a Nanny

As childcare for newborns and young children becomes more expensive families may find they can hire a nanny (or nanny share) for a comparable cost as daycare. Parts of a nanny or nanny share are very convenient – location, child to caretaker ratio, no stressful waiting list etc. However, the paperwork involved in hiring a […]

Stay informed on retirement and long-term care! Come join our attorney Michael Longyear and other local specialists at the 2016 Elder Law Fall Conference September 13th.  Topics will include working through health care decisions, navigating managed care, and acting as a consumer advocate.

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