No Payment? No Problem: Optimizing Washington State’s Lien Statutes

Walker Heye Meehan Eisinger Attorneys looking down from the second story of the Franklin County Courthouse

For businesses that deal in the improvement of real property and have difficulty collecting payment, the good news is that there is a solution with some teeth— materialmen’s and mechanics’ liens. Washington law provides robust protections to those who supply labor, professional services, materials, and equipment for the improvement of real property. Yet, many businesses that…

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Tax Planning Triage – Preparing for the end of 2017

Meeting with individuals shaking hands and making notes on tax planning

Tax planning should be continuous. However, many people procrastinate, waiting until near the end of the year to determine what might be done to reduce or defer taxes. Tax planning is dependent upon individual circumstances, and the considerations discussed below are not universally applicable. That said, these topics are worth discussing with your CPA so…

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