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3 tips to avoid getting burned by a contractor.

3 tips to avoid getting burned by a contractor.

3 tips to avoid getting burned by a contractor. Useful legal information when building or remodeling. Jim and Pam have come into our office to talk about their legal options regarding a dispute with their contractor. Six months ago, they hired a contractor to finally...

Washington’s New Long Term Care Payroll Tax

Washington’s New Long Term Care Payroll Tax

Washington’s new long-term care payroll tax. What is it for and how much will it cost? Starting January 1, 2022, employees in Washington State will begin paying a new payroll tax of 0.58% of their wages, unless they opt out by purchasing a long-term care insurance...

Can I gamble on the Zags game?

Can I gamble on the Zags game?

The NCAA Champion will be crowned tonight. Can I legally bet on the Zags? What are the sports gambling laws in Washington and Idaho? This time last year COVID-19 shut down the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, aka March Madness. Now, not only is March...

Founding Father

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 continued 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.

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