Walla Walla County, Washington Business Lawyers
Daniel J. Roach is an estate planning, probate and trust administration, business, real estate and adoption attorney who has been practicing law in Walla Walla, Washington, since 1984. Please feel free to contact Dan, or his associate attorney, Sonja Trio, regarding your legal matters in the Walla Walla area.
My firm provides legal services to businesses, organizations and individuals in Washington and Oregon from our office in Walla Walla. I have extensive expertise in business law, employment law, contracts, real estate, dispute resolution and administrative law and provide a wide range of services to our clients as their "virtual in-house counsel." I am the author of a chapter pertaining to negligence in the employment law context which is published as part of the Washington Employment Law Deskbook. I have given seminars on employment law as well as landlord and tenant law. I was elected Walla Walla County District...
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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....