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At Buckley Law, you have a better legal experience because you have more than a legal representative...you have a partner.
Our attorneys are accessible, approachable, and professional. Our clients trust us because they have personal relationships with our shareholders, associates, and staff. At Buckley Law, clients have a better legal experience because they have more than a legal representative…they have a partner.
Buckley Law is a Pacific Northwest law firm dedicated to helping our clients achieve success in their personal and professional lives. We provide a full range of transactional and litigation services while delivering an exceptional client experience.
Since the early 1980s, Buckley Law has provided a broad range of specialized services in business and commercial law, employment and labor law, real estate and land use, civil litigation, intellectual property, taxation, family and elder law, and estate planning, probate and trust administration.
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