Washington’s New Adverse Possession Law

Recently, Washington adopted RCW 7.28.083 which allows the court to award the prevailing parting in an adverse possession claim their attorney fees and costs. Prior to this law, a party involved in an adverse possession action had to pay their own attorney fees. Adverse possession cases often involve small strips of land so it would … Read More


Back to Articles List My clients often bring me easements to review. If an easement is recorded and runs with the land it will be enforceable no matter how old it is. Some of the easements I have reviewed are more than fifty years old and typed up on a type writer. It often takes … Read More

Real Estate Purchase & Sale Agreements

Back to Articles List I often get calls from prospective clients looking to close a real estate transaction without a realtor. Typically, the seller has already found a buyer and is looking to close the transaction and save on the standard 3%-6% realtor fee. I have been able to offer a very economical solution by … Read More

Home Loan Modifications

Back to Articles List From early 2009 until the present, I have helped numerous home owners stay in their homes by modifying the terms of their loan. Throughout the last couple years, most large banks (Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America) have streamlined their processes and it is now easier to be granted a modification. … Read More

Selling a Home Without a Realtor

Back to Articles List Lately I have been receiving many calls on purchasers or sellers who are not represented by a realtor that want help in closing a real estate deal. On a standard transaction I will draft the initial offer and any counteroffers. I’ll then draft a Purchase & Sale Agreement along with all … Read More