Susan L. Beecher, Attorney for Families and Small Business in Kent, Washington
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About the firm
 
My mission is to provide the highest quality legal advice and assistance while keeping costs at a reasonable level. It is my goal whenever possible to find the pathway to enable families and small businesses to reach their objectives.
 
My firm is small, and thus can provide personalized service, competitive rates because of low overhead, and a flexible approach to problem solving. Small firms are not right for every legal need, and if my firm is not right for your situation, I will tell you so rather than provide you with service that does not meet my standards.
 
My office is located in Kent, Washington, near both the Aukeen District Court and the Regional Justice Center. Parking is free, and access to Highway 167 is easy.
 
 
About Susan Beecher
 
B.A. - Japanese Language and Literature - University of Washington
J.D. - University of Washington School of Law
Admitted to practice in Washington State
 
Prior to attending law school, I owned and operated an international ocean transportation intermediary and air freight forwarder, for twelve successful years.
 
Publication: "Can the Electronic Bill of Lading Go Paperless?" appeared in the Fall, 2006 issue of the American Bar Association publication, The International Lawyer.
 
Licensed to practice:
 
Washington State Bar Association
U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington
 
Other memberships:
 
King County Bar Association
South King County Bar Association
Toastmasters
Mensa of Western Washington

The good lawyer is not the man who has an eye to every side and angle of contingency, and qualifies all his qualifications, but who throws himself on your part so heartily, that he can get you out of a scrape.
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Serving the needs of families and small business