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Attorneys at Law | Family Law
Sabrina Layman, Kenneth Brewe*
Recognized. Respected. Preeminent.
Brewe Layman, one of Washington State’s preeminent family law firms
for matters involving significant or complex estates and business/
professional practice issues, prenuptial agreements and the litigation/
resolution of marital and living together predicaments.
Congratulations to Ken Brewe:
Recognized by Best Lawyers as
Attorney of the Year in Seattle
for Family Law (2014) by
U.S. News and World Report.
and Mount Vernon
pic) is WAY too puppy rambunctious
for such a role, I have witnessed firsthand how dogs of all sizes and shapes
can positively impact our lives. Thus,
I am not surprised that courthouse
service dogs provide such a useful
conduit for victims as described in
your articles. Thanks for sharing and
I am glad my home county allows
them in the courtroom. I grew up in
Arlington and still hold my WSBA license even with my practice based in
Nevada. I will have to see if our state
court has a similar program, and if it
does not, to take steps to correct that
Steven Abbott, Las Vegas, NV
From left to right: Anthony Broadman, Ryan Dreveskracht, Joe Sexton, Scott Wheat, Gabe Galanda
We are pleased to announce that
Joe Sexton and Scott Wheat
have joined Galanda Broadman
Joe was most recently in-house counsel for the Yakama Nation.
Scott is general counsel for the Spokane Tribe of Indians
and a member of the Choctaw Nation.
Named a top-tier Best Law Firm by U.S. News & World Report
for both Native American Law and Gaming Law