Adams County, Washington Business Lawyers
Scott Boyce enjoys helping people when they feel they are running out of options. Whether your legal issues are with the IRS or the Department of Veterans' Affairs, Mr. Boyce will investigate your options and work with you to resolve the legal issue quickly and professionally. Mr. Boyce's practice areas include: tax law, tax controversy, bankruptcy, administrative law, Veterans' Affairs, employment law, ERISA law, and general business law. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Boyce today!
The Cicotte Law Firm, PLLC serves clients throughout the U.S., representing employers in all ERISA and employee benefit matters including health care, ESOP transactions, fiduciary responsibility, tax compliance, and labor relations. The Firm regularly helps employers resolve ERISA disputes and related employment matters. Firm clients include small businesses, multi-billion dollar international enterprises and state and federal governmental entities. The United States Department of Labor has appointed Mr. Cicotte to serve as a plan fiduciary, replacing individuals who breached their responsibilities and who, as a consequence, were barred from continuing in fiduciary roles. Other attorneys and judges rate Mr....
I grew up in Montana working in my family's construction company, and moved to Spokane to attend Gonzaga University. I loved the area and I'm glad to call the Inland Northwest my home together with my wife and four children. When I'm not in court or helping clients, I'm usually riding motorcycles or playing soccer with my kids. I love being a lawyer, and little makes me happier than the chance to help a client set things right after they have been taken advantage of or injured by someone who refuses to take responsibility.
421 W. Riverside Ave Ste 614
Spokane, WA 99201
Spokane, WA 99201
Brian was raised in Pasco and graduated from Pasco High School in 1993. He attended Washington State University and graduated with a B.A. in History/Education. Brian found a great deal of satisfaction serving the community as a public school teacher at Southridge High School. He enjoyed teaching US Government, US History, advising the National Honor Society and coaching Boys Basketball. After a ten year career in education and many fond memories, Brian left the area to attend Michigan State University College of Law where he excelled academically and served as President of his class. Brian was eventually hired by MSU...