Olympia Attorney | Real Estate, Estate Planning, Probate, Wills and Trusts Lawyer
Deanna W. - Probate Client
"Ryan made me feel very comfortable, not like he was above me. He was caring, took time to understand EVERYTHING. Very prompt and always returned my calls and let me know what was going on."
Sharla R. - Real Estate Client
"Ryan helped me through a very tense & stressful situation of evicting a tenant and collecting back rent. I asked him a million questions, and he always took the time to answer honestly and completely each one. It was clear through the whole process that he fully understood what needed to happen and options that may happen through each step."
David J. - Litigation Client
Ryan was most diligent and prompt. He went above and beyond the call of duty. I was impressed with his skill and lack of the all-too-often attorney ego. He took a case for us (a commercial bank) which was outside of his normal practice and excelled in his attention to detail with the case. He successfully obtained a judgment for more than expected.
Real Estate Law
Jacobsen Law Office provides experienced real estate attorney counsel and representation to individuals and businesses who buy or sell real property in Thurston County, Pierce County, Lewis County, and Grays Harbor County. While some of our clients are real estate investors, most are average people with one to five properties.
Wills and Trusts
For most people, the need for a quality estate plan is long past due. It is important to receive assistance with your estate plan from an attorney who is experienced in wills and trusts, as well as real estate, powers of attorney, health care directives, living wills, creditors and debtors rights, business administration, and probate administration, so you can be adequately advised on all matters related to your estate. A family’s estate takes a lifetime to acquire, and a qualified Olympia estate planning lawyer will ensure that your estate is protected from unnecessary taxes, debts, will contests, and probate litigation.
Washington probate law can be very complicated, especially after the loss of a family member. The benefits of quality representation of an Olympia probate lawyer who is knowledgeable in handling probate, real estate, wills, trusts, and estate planning matters include efficiency, assurance, and positive results.
Jacobsen Law Office provides efficient and effective representation for people with special needs, as well as their family members and loved ones. With adequate and effective planning, parents can provide for their special needs children through estate planning using a special needs trust or charitable remainder trust. Parents should consult with an experienced guardianship attorney who understands the Washington guardianship laws, and knows how to avoid costly litigation.
At Jacobsen Law Office, your personal injury case will receive effective, experienced, and attentive representation. As a former attorney for major automobile insurance companies, Ryan A. Jacobsen is a highly effective negotiator, strategist, and litigator for people injured by the negligent and intentional conduct of others. With experience advising car insurance companies on when to settle personal injury claims, and for how much, Jacobsen Law Office knows how to obtain just compensation for your personal injuries. Your attorney will meet with you as often as is needed to personally understand all the details of your case.
Our Olympia landlord-tenant law firm, Jacobsen Law Office, provides all services for investors, owners, landlords, and property managers. Our real estate attorney, Ryan A. Jacobsen, is an experienced negotiator in real estate transactions, and personally develops and drafts commercial lease agreements and residential lease agreements that are specifically tailored to each client’s needs. With preparation and planning, our clients are able to maximize long-term profits by avoiding contentious litigation over weak, boilerplate rental contracts.
Jacobsen Law Office, an Olympia business law firm, helps new business owners with their legal, financial, and contractual needs as they form a new business entity. Choosing the right business entity is important. We advise clients on the pros and cons of each entity type, such as LLC, corporation, S corporation, partnership, limited partnership, and non-profit corporation.
When it comes to recovering a judgment in Washington, an experienced judgment recovery attorney knows how to track down judgment debtors, discover their assets, garnish their bank accounts, garnish their wages, and maximize the recovery and interest of all judgment awards provided under the law and pursuant to a judgment order.