Real Estate and Land Use. Real estate, land use, and environmental issues often impact your property, livelihood, and quality of life. If you are looking for a real estate lawyer in Skagit , Island, San Juan, Whatcom, or Snohomish County, see our list of services on our "Real Estate and Land Use" page. Also check our Flat Rates page for those services with fixed fees.
Business and Contract Law. Besides being a lawyer in Skagit County, Alan Souders is also a business owner with employees, regulatory requirements, contracts, and other concerns typical of a small business. It's our business to know about running a business. More details may be found on our Business and Contracts Law page.
Construction. Are you looking for an experienced construction attorney in Skagit, Island, San Juan, Whatcom, or Snohomish County? Construction law is complex. Alan's career as a construction engineer and contracting officer make him uniquely qualified. He represents property owners, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in disputes, L&I matters, and other construction-related matters. His clients' projects range from small residential contracts to large public works. See our "Construction Law" page.
Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Elder Care. Choose either Alan or Darcy as your estate planning and elder law attorney in Skagit, Island or San Juan County. Many of our services are available for a fixed fee - see our Flat Rates page. When requested, we arrange to meet clients at their place of residence or the hospital. Learn about our many services on our "Wills, Trusts, and Estates" and "Elder Law" pages.
Probate and Estate Settlement. Probate for the estate of a Washington resident may be administered in any county. In many cases, an estate may be settled without needing to be probated. At other times you may need help in resolving a dispute over a trust or estate settlement. Our "Probate and Estate Settlement" page has details on our services to help families or friends with a loved one's estate.
Family Law. Our experience in litigation, property, estate planning, elder law and business law is important in addressing family law matters involving these other areas of practice.