Seattle Lawyer Posts

Attorney Williams Presents at NWFBA Town Hall

Reed Longyear attorney Noah Williams presented on the panel for the Northwest Family Business Advisors regarding “The Slippery Slope of Bringing Business Back to Work.” Attorney Williams specifically addressed legal and compliance issues surrounding recently issued COVID-19 guidelines for employers. The virtual event was held on Wednesday November 17th, with the goal of helping family […]

Attorney Burnett Prevails in Court Of Appeals

Reed, Longyear, Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC partner Jason W. Burnett prevailed in the Court of Appeals for his client Gloria Petelle. On May 6, 2019, the Washington Court of Appeals Division published its opinion In the Matter of the Estate of Michael A. Petelle, Gloria Petelle v. Michelle Ersfeld Petelle, reversed the trial court and […]

Happy Anniversary!

Happy anniversary! As of May 1st, Mike Malnati, Shane Yelish, and Joshua Reinertson have been with RLMA for 33 years, 9 years and 2 years, respectively. Congratulations on the years you’ve been with us, and cheers to many more!  One of our namesakes, Michael C. Malnati has over 30 years of legal experience counseling individuals […]

Happy Anniversary!

Happy RLMA anniversary to two of our wonderful attorneys, Christina Corwin and Anton Cauthorn! As of the 1st of this month, they are celebrating 16 years and 3 years, respectively. Christina joined Reed Longyear 16 years ago in 2003. She is a skilled mediator and attorney in family law issues such as divorce, parenting plans, […]

Reed Longyear Lawyers attend KCBA Breakfast With Champions

Reed Longyear Malnati and Ahrens was again a proud supporter of the Breakfast of Champions fundraiser for the King County Bar Foundation (KCBF). KCBF funds the Housing Justice Project, 38 free neighborhood legal clinics and minority law student scholarships. The Breakfast is the largest gathering of attorneys in the State of Washington each year. Attending […]

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 […]

How can you reduce estate taxes?

Estate taxes, inheritance taxes, death taxes. There are many names for the estate taxes and many myths and misconceptions to go with those names. Regardless of what you call them, estate taxes are a tax imposed on the value of everything you own at the moment of your death. The portion of your estate lost […]

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2016

How many movies have you seen in which a young man or woman pursues a relationship with an older individual in order to gain money, status, or just better their own well-being?  Conflicts occur. Problems are solved.  Hilarity ensues. While Hollywood often embellishes this exploitation with comedy, the reality of these situations is much darker. […]