Personal Attention. Integrity. More Than 70 years of Combined Experience
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We have earned an excellent reputation for integrity among judges, legal professionals, police, prosecutors, business owners, and residents throughout our area
Experienced Olympia Lawyers Serving the South Puget Sound Region
Cordes Brandt, PLLC, has been helping people through tough challenges for innumerable years. It may feel as though circumstances are out of your control and this might be the first time in your life you need to rely on a lawyer for help. We completely understand that the stress can be difficult and overwhelming. Turn to us for help. From our offices in Olympia, our lawyers advise and represent clients in Thurston, Lewis, and Mason County, Washington. Wherever you are in the South Puget Sound region, contact us through email or call us at 360-489-6714 or toll free 866-529-3590 to arrange an initial consultation with one of our experienced Olympia attorneys today.
We practice primarily in the following areas of the law
Whether your divorce is amicable or includes contested issues related to custody, child support and asset division, we’ll protect your rights and family interests throughout the case.
If you have been fired or laid off and denied unemployment benefits, turn to us for help. We represent workers who have been wrongfully terminated or face discrimination in the workplace.
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Our focus is on helping you get the desired outcome right for you and your family. If you are seeking compassionate, honest legal representation from a dedicated law firm that has a proven track record for hard work and successful outcomes, you can trust us to exceed all your expectations.
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