Financial Services

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For more information about our work for lenders making loans, click here.

For more information about our work when loan repayment is in doubt, click here.

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2016 Foreclosure Year in Review

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Unfinished Business - Termination of a Receivership With Unresolved Claims

Old Law Is Still Good Law, but Sometimes You Still Have to Explain It . . .

'Lockout Knockout'—The Washington Supreme Court Shuns Preforeclosure Self-Help

Shotguns, Daggers and Triggers: Escape from LLC Island!

Misery Loves Company: Post-Foreclosure Guarantor Liability

A Step Back From the Precipice: Wrongful Foreclosure Reconsidered

Loan Default Decision Tree (Infographic)

Property Owners Facing Foreclosure Waive the Right to Restrain Sale if They Don't Post the Required Bond


Our Financial Services attorneys have in-depth experience representing financial institutions, lenders, receivers, purchasers and borrowers. We prepare documents to protect you, and, if necessary, we will enforce your rights under those documents.

When you choose a law firm, you are seeking more than a technician. Instead, you want the value of the lawyer’s judgment. We have decades of experience advising clients on all types of commercial lending transactions, and enforcing their rights when disputes arise.

We know the meaning of "Now!" Our clients sometimes need action—not in two weeks, not next week, but now. You can count on us to move as quickly as possible, while staying responsive to your questions along the way.



News, Events & Publications

Recognition & Honors

Stokes Lawrence Named Best Law Firm for Third Consecutive Year

20 Stokes Lawrence Attorneys Received AV Preeminent© Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell's highest ranking

Nearly Half of Stokes Lawrence Attorneys Named Washington Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

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