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Homeowner friendly changes coming to Contractor Registration Act.

Homeowner friendly changes coming to Contractor Registration Act.

Sweeping homeowner friendly changes coming to the Contractor Registration Act. House Bill 1534Significant changes are coming to the Washington Contractor Registration statutes, intended to strengthen protections for consumers in the construction industry and to create...

Supreme Court Dismantles Construction Contracts.

Supreme Court Dismantles Construction Contracts.

Supreme Court deconstructs contractual limitation in residential construction contracts. Tadych vs. noble ridge construction inc.On October 27, 2022, in Tadych v. Noble Ridge Construction, Inc., the Washington State Supreme Court dismantled the use of a one-year...

Workers Compensation Rate Increase.

Workers Compensation Rate Increase.

Workers Compensation Rate to increase by an average of 4.8%. L&I proposes a rate increase in 2023.Starting January 1, 2023 Washington Workers’ Compensation Rate to increase by an average of 4.8% after Washington’s Department of Labor & Industries annual fall review of...

Mandatory Shade.

Mandatory Shade.

Mandatory Shade. L&I’s Emergency Response to Record-High TemperaturesThere is no denying that it is hot this summer. The Pacific Northwest has seen record setting temperatures over the past few weeks. In response, Washington State’s Department of Labor &...

Why Letters Testamentary Matter.

Why Letters Testamentary Matter.

Why letters testamentary matter. A unique document provided to you by a judge that shows your authority to sign on behalf of someone else. Earlier this spring Spokane with ranked the 10th hottest real estate market in the US, and Coeur d' Alene was ranked #16. This is...

Heating Up: Preparing for a drought.

Heating Up: Preparing for a drought.

Heating Up: Preparing for a drought. What Spokane residents should know about the upcoming drought, water conservation, and enforcing water rights.Washington State Department of Ecology issued a drought advisory on May 24th.A quick survey of the news reveals alarming...

A look at our history

We are all shaped by our history.

WHC’s history began with Jamie Wolff who entered the legal profession after running his own real estate brokerage for several years.

In 2002 his son, Scott Hislop, joined him after serving a tour of duty in the United States Army as a Judge Advocate General Corps officer. Scott and Jamie formed the Law Offices of Wolff and Hislop, continuing to practice in the areas of business, real estate and estate planning.

In 2015, Brad Crockett joined the firm to provide additional litigation experience to clients in those areas, and the firm became Wolff, Hislop & Crockett, PLLC.

In 2021 Aaron Dunham, a longtime associate in the firm was named a Partner.

As of 2023, Scott transitioned from Partner to an Of Counsel role and Jamie retired from the practice of law. However, we remember our shared history and past partnership.

WHC develops long-term relationships with individuals, organizations and businesses in our community.

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