- General Civil Practice
- Insurance Defense
- Appellate Practice
- Business Organizations
- Commercial Law
- Real Property
- Estate Planning
- Tax Law
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Defense
- Auto Accident
- Head Injury
Eugene A. Cox established the firm following his admission to practice law in the state of Idaho on October 7, 1902. He was joined by Noel B. Martin in 1921, then by Marcus J. Ware in 1927. Marcus Ware practiced law with the firm from 1927 until his retirement sixty years later in 1987. Daniel O'Connell was admitted to practice law in 1953 and developed a highly respected insurance defense and business law practice prior to his death in 1988. In 1985, Theodore O. Creason became a partner and the firm name was changed to Ware, O'Connell & Creason. In 1992, the firm became Creason, Moore & Dokken following the admission of Christopher J. Moore and David E. Dokken into the partnership.
Creason, Moore, Dokken, & Geidl, PLLC currently has four members, Theodore O. Creason, Christopher J. Moore, David E. Dokken, Tod D. Geidl; and one associate, Samuel T. Creason. The firm's client list includes insurance companies, banking institutions, medical facilities, corporations and individuals. The firm encourages participation in continuing legal education programs, professional development and civic affairs.
- How to Keep Your Home by Avoiding Foreclosure
- Getting Help With Foreclosure
- Helping Your Family
- How to Avoid Foreclosures
- The Best Ways to Prevent Foreclosures
- Understand Terms Used in Foreclosures
- Ways Stop Foreclosures
- Working With Your Lender to Stop Foreclosure
- Debt Consolidation
- Home Loans
- Foreclosure Help
- Short Sale Help
- Loan Modification Help
- Foreclosure Law
- Loss Mitigation Training
- Mortgage Rates
- Use a Loan Modification to Stop Foreclosure
- Difference between Fixed and an Adjustable Rate Mortgage
- Prevent Foreclosure with a loan modification
- How can I buy my home back?
- Are you a victim of foreclosure scams?
- Can I Rent My Property If I am in Foreclosure?
- Where to Report Foreclosure Fraud
- Common Foreclosure Scams to Avoid
- If I Can't Refinance During a Foreclosure, What Can I Do?
- Do I get money back if my Foreclosure home sells for more than what's owed?