Firm Overview

The Minjares Law Office is a general civil practice that keeps abreast of the special requirements surrounding charitable and tax-exempt organizations.

ADVICE and LITIGATION

Nonprofit and tax-exempt organization formation and compliance.
Representation before IRS and state boards.
Public Disclosure and Professional Licensing issues; Administrative Hearings.
General Civil Practice

TRIALS, APPEALS, and HEARINGS

Extensive, successful work for clients includes dozens of jury trials to verdict as lead counsel
Countless bench trials and motion hearings, appeals, and administrative hearings.
Nationwide mediation & settlement experience as in-house counsel for Fortune 100 corporation.
Main Office

Main Office
203 4th Ave E
Suite 405
Olympia  WA  98501

Phone
  • (360) 515-7979
Fax
  • (206) 350-2220

Other Offices

  • Please call to schedule an appointment:

    Seattle: (206) 792-9947
    Olympia: (360) 515-7979, 
Business
We Advise Nonprofits and Tax-Emempt Organizations.
The Minjares Law Office is a general civil practice that is familiar with the special issues surrounding nonprofit organizations and tax-exempt entities. Whether you need sound legal advice or straightforward action in court, you want an attorney who not only knows the law, but also the risks and rewards different legal paths might have on your life, your business, or your organization.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Whether you or your organization need sound legal advice, or straightforward representation in court, you want an attorney who not only knows the law, but also the risks and rewards different legal paths might have on your life, your business, or your dreams. If you want experienced counsel with a personal touch, the Minjares Law Office is the right choice for you.

Victor Minjares

Victor Minjares is an experienced counsel who has tried many cases to verdict, including murders and complex white collar crimes. Due to his prior work as in-house counsel for a Fortune 100 corporation, and through litigation involving banks and credit unions, he understands business needs and interests, providing sound legal advice tempered and tested by real world experience. Victor's years of experience as a judge pro tempore give him deep insight as to how to present the written and oral arguments that can win your case.

Licensed to practice in Washington and California, Victor is a graduate of Pomona College and Stanford Law School. In addition to his regular civil practice, he gives legal advice to many nonprofits, and also serves as an officer of the board of directors of a nonprofit theater.
Education
  • Stanford Law School
    J.D.
    Victor is a graduate of Pomona College and Stanford Law School

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