Please Note: Due to Governor Inslee’s Stay Home/Stay Healthy order, SMITH ALLING PS will not be conducting traditional business at their physical location through at least April 8, 2020 for the protection and safety of all employees, visitors, and the community at large. The office is still fully functioning, but will be doing so primarily through remote services. While the attorneys and staff are working remotely, they will have access to email, voicemail, and will receive posted mail which will be scanned regularly.
SMITH ALLING PS does not utilize a legal messenger delivery service and will be in contact via email until they can resume normal operations. Should you require a hard copy of any documents served via email, please reply to the email requesting hard copies, and they will be sent to you. Please send all pleadings and responsive documents to the office via email to the attorney of record on your file, and also to the legal assistant assigned to the matter. SMITH ALLING PS appreciates your cooperation during this time and looks forward to resuming business as usual as soon as possible.
Our mission at Smith Alling is to provide the best legal services to our clients in a variety of practice areas. In doing so, we provide representation to regional, national and international clients who live and transact business in and outside of the Pacific Northwest.
While we represent many businesses and organizations, we also represent individuals on personal legal matters, including family and domestic matters and clients who have been seriously injured by others. We offer mediation and alternative dispute resolution services to address those situations where parties to a conflict seek to resolve the issues without resorting to the court system.
Our attorneys are serious and tenacious advocates who are also approachable and responsive to our clients and their individual needs.
Smith Alling, P.S. is pleased to announce that Morgan Madison (formerly Morgan Edrington) has rejoined the firm. Morgan’s practice has historically focused on helping businesses, individuals, and fiduciaries navigate the litigation process. She brings that broad-based experience to her current practice which focuses on both family law, and trust and estate disputes.