Invested in Ellensburg, WA
At Gravis Law, PLLC, our goal is to provide tailored legal services for our clients across the nation, including right here in Ellensburg, WA. Ultimately, we alleviate the stress of legal challenges by making the law affordable, accessible, and uncomplicated.
Ellensburg, WA Law Office312 N Pearl St
Ellensburg, WA 98926
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If you have experienced an immediate loss of income, a reduction in income, or you have incurred unexpected expenses and you are not sure how to pay them, read on for more information about your bankruptcy options.
As a small business owner you are subject to a large body of law, and continually heightened regulation and compliance standards that often get in the way of business.
A criminal defense lawyer will defend you against a prosecutor working for the state, a public agency, or a plaintiff.
Our assessments analyze what instrument(s) or service(s) will best fit your estate planning situation without overdoing it and incurring unnecessary costs or maintenance.
Our experienced and compassionate Washington family law attorneys understand your family’s needs. We work to help you resolve your family’s issues allowing families to heal and move on.
Disputes over real estate – whether they involve lease, purchase, sale, financing or other agreements; title claims; land use; or environmental issues – mean high stakes and lasting consequences for the parties and property involved.
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Olympia, WA: Gravis Law PLLC is pleased to announce Senior Attorney Kimberly Reid as their newest Principal, effective July 2020. As a Principal, Kimberly will continue to further the firm’s…
Today, June 5, 2020, President Donald Trump signed into law the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (PPPFA) with the purpose of addressing concerns expressed by the small business community around…
On June 1st, 2020, the Montana Business Corporation Act, codified at Montana Code Annotated Section 35-1-112 et seq. (the “Old Act”) will be repealed and replaced by the new Montana Business Corporation Act, codified…