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Wagner purchasing Weissinger law office

The Law Offices of William J. Weissinger PS in Friday Harbor are growing and changing. After 25 years in practice on San Juan Island, Bill Weissinger will be selling the law firm to his longtime associate attorney Mimi Wagner, effective this summer.

Weissinger will remain available to provide legal services, assisting the firm’s clients as “of counsel” on a part-time basis as of this summer. Wagner has been a licensed attorney for 15 years, initially in Colorado before taking the Washington bar examination and returning to her hometown, where she has worked with Weissinger for ten years.

Rudi Ann Weissinger will be retiring from her role as office manager/legal assistant this summer, and the firm will be joined by a new legal assistant.

On April 1, 2015 James (Jamie) Grifo joined the firm as an associate attorney. He has been a practicing attorney on the island for nearly three years, and brings energy and enthusiasm to the firm. With the addition of Jamie Grifo, the firm has additional availability for client projects, and offers a range of experience and billing rates to best suit its clients’ needs.

The firm will continue to provide assistance to clients throughout the San Juans and elsewhere with many types of real estate matters, land use disputes, estate planning, probate, and business law.

The firm’s values and approach to client services will continue. These are careful preparation, attention to detail, the highest standards of integrity, excellent negotiation skills, common-sense approaches to problems, vigorous prosecution of cases, and forthright argument before courts and to opponents.

The firm is located at 425 Caines Street, Suite B, in Friday Harbor.

Clients of the firm will receive a separate written notice about the sale and Bill’s transition at a later date.

For more information, see the website at www.sanjuanlaw.com or call the firm at (360) 378-6234.


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