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Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson is a full-service law firm that understands legal issues can be overwhelming. Our attorneys work tirelessly for individuals, families, and businesses alike as your dedicated team to ensure you feel understood and respected. More important, we make sure you are empowered. We make law make sense®.
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We make our team your ally.
Our attorneys are uniquely qualified to help you, with our wealth of real-world experience and dedication to excellent client service. When you work with Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson, you are working with more than a law firm. You are working with a law firm on a mission. A mission to make the legal process more clear, more effective, and more efficient for our clients. Our attorneys are creative, efficient, and approachable. We strive to understand your goals, be a part of your team, and respond with clear and effective counsel. We have attorneys and staff who can provide these services in multiple languages.Learn More
LHSE is embracing the wisdom of former US secretary of Labor, Alexis Herman, as we learn about and implement changes to our firm. We understand that inclusion and fairness in the workplace is not simply the smart thing to do; it’s the right thing to do.
Led by the Chair of our IDEA Committee, Lasher Trusts & Estates Litigator, Quentin Wildsmith, we are working to improve employee understanding about inclusion, improve workplace culture to foster belonging and inclusivity, and ensure advancement opportunities for employees from underrepresented groups.Learn More
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Featured News & Information
- If you’re currently weathering the stress of a divorce, the last thing you may be thinking about is updating your estate planning documents. Your divorce can have a major impact on your estate plan, however, with implications for you, your children, and those who depend on you. You should consider making the following updates to... Read More
- Beginning on January 1,2023, all employers, with 15 or more employees (including employees in other states), engaging in any business, industry, profession, or activity in Washington (including recruiting for Washington-based employees) must disclose (i) a wage scale or salary range and (ii) a general description of benefits and other compensation on job postings that recruit... Read More
- What is an Estate Plan? An Estate Plan is a set of legal documents that memorialize how you want your assets distributed at your death. A good Estate Plan will also include documents that provide for options to manage your assets and health during your life if you are unable to do so yourself. Estate... Read More