Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
1725 SW Roxbury St #2
Seattle WA 98106

Phone

(206) 420-2466

Fees

Office Information

Office Manager

Jeffrey Lee Smoot

Bankruptcy

We represent individuals and small business owners in Washington in all chapters of bankruptcy and debt resolution matters. Attorney Jeff Smoot has more than 30-years' experience helping people in bankruptcy and debt matters.

At its core, the practice of law is about helping people succeed—in relationships, in business, in finances, in life. That’s why our focus is on our clients’ long-term success in whatever personal, business, or financial issues they face. Our practice is focused on asset and property rights, and our attorneys have broad experience in real estate and business transactions, construction, asset protection, estate planning, bankruptcy, receivership, debt workout, foreclosure, probate, dispute resolution, and related litigation. We strive to build lasting relationships with our clients and contribute to their prosperity and well-being.

Jeff Smoot

Westwood Law Office PLLC

A "Northwest kind of lawyer," Jeff has more than 30 years of law office experience helping individuals and small business owners avoid and resolve their financial and business issues. Jeff has represented clients ranging from individuals to banking institutions, individual homeowners to real estate developers, tenants facing foreclosure to investment groups buying apartment buildings. His wide-ranging experience means he can help his clients navigate almost any legal issue affecting finances, property rights, and asset transition and restructuring.

License

Bar Number: 39335
Washington, 2007

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