“Erin was extremely knowledgeable and was very helpful in my case. If you’re looking for an …
If you are looking for a tenant attorney, welcome home. Whether you are a residential or commercial tenant, we advocate for you. We only represent tenants, so your interest is our number one priority.
As a residential tenant you may rent for a variety of reasons; not simply because you cannot afford to buy. The most common disputes involve repairs, hidden charges, early termination, or the refusal to return your deposit. Every dispute is significant to us.
Legal Wellspring, PLLC offers a wide range of appellate assistance to other attorneys, to clients in need of an appeal, and to amicus parties.
Perhaps your client would like to appeal a case, but you have never done so. …
There are many reasons people choose to appeal and many factors to consider such as …
Amicus Curiae means “friend of the court”. An organization, or any concerned class, may request …
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Erin is dedicated to Yahovah, creator of heaven and earth and to His Word. He is the source of her success.
Erin graduated 4th in her law school class at Barry University in Orlando, FL where she was a Senior Editor of Barry Law Review. She founded Legal Wellspring, PLLC in 2013. Since it was founded, Erin has represented over 300 tenants in landlord tenant disputes and has handled appeals in Divisions I, II, and III of the Court of Appeals and in the Washington Supreme.
She was mentioned in the Seattle PI in Massive rent hikes, remodel renders Lake Union building ‘uninhabitable’ and $105K ‘lien slapped on Westlake apartments in rent hike suit and recently represented an amicus party in Gilmore v. Jefferson County in support of Gilmore.
Erin was selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyer Magazine in 2018. When she is not in the office, Erin enjoys the outdoors, interesting people, and good music.
Chris practices in a wide range of areas, including landlord-tenant disputes, contract drafting, business law, intellectual property, and employment law. A Washington native, he graduated from the University of Washington School of Law, where he was the Chief Managing Editor of the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts. Chris is passionate about advising local companies, and enjoys gaining an in-depth understanding of his clients’ circumstances in providing the most practical solutions for them.
His attention to detail, adaptability to new fields, and ability to anticipate client needs makes him a valuable counselor who frequently outperforms expectations.