Reviews and Results
"Previously we had only used an attorney for estate planning. When we needed legal counsel to handle family matters concerning aging family members, Ms. Long was recommended by our previous attorney that had retired. Ms. Long was very knowledgeable of the laws, the court system and the processes we were going through. Ms. Long was very professional, respectful and analytical. She stuck to the facts. Ms. Long treated us very professionally and included us in the planning of our case. It felt like having a family member as our attorney. She is not a fist pounding, emotional, attention seeking person. She just used a quiet, facts presenting process to help us win on all fronts of our situation. I would highly recommend Ms. Long. We will use Ms. Long again if/when we need legal counsel." - D.S.
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Noblin et al v. Fisher Island RV Park (Cowlitz Superior Court)
Attorney Long helped four former tenants of a local mobile home park win a judgment against the park for wrongful eviction
Gannam v. Gourde, 417 P.3d 650 (Wa. App. Div. 2)
At the appellate level, Attorney Long successfully defended a trial court order she had secured dismissing all claims against an estate executor
Gravity Segregation v. Reeves (Cowlitz Superior Court)
At trial, Attorney Long defeated all claims asserted by a foreclosure defendant
Broome v. Rowland (Cowlitz Superior Court)
At trial, Attorney Long won all claims brought by her client against a neighbor for prescriptive easement, easement by necessity, and nuisance related to use of driveway
Cox v. Hart (Cowlitz Superior Court)
At trial, Attorney Long successfully defended an estate executor from claims for breach of fiduciary duty and mismanagement of estate assets
No Guarantee of Results. The reports of past results on this website describe past matters handled for clients of the Firm. These descriptions are meant only to provide information to the public about our activities and experience. They are not intended as a guarantee that the same or similar results can be obtained in every matter. You must not assume that a similar result can be obtained in a legal matter of interest to you. The outcome of a particular matter can depend on a variety of factors—including the specific factual and legal circumstances, the ability of opposing counsel, and, often, unexpected developments beyond the control of any client or lawyer.