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Tacoma Real Estate Attorneys

The Brink Law Firm is composed of Terry Brink and his son, Clinton Brink. Our job is to help local developers, landowners, and everyday folks work through real estate-related issues of all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re a professional who needs help getting …

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Real Estate Law: Everything You Need to Know

(3 days ago) The Brink Law Firm has long been providing experienced advice to developers and property owners throughout the south sound area, including Pierce County, King …

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Easements: How They Work & What You Need to Know

(4 days ago) At the Brink Law Firm, our real estate attorneys fully understand the complex laws regarding easements in Washington state. We can provide advice and guidance …

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Tacoma Land Use Lawyers

(4 days ago) Disclaimer: All information in this website is provided for general informational purposes only, and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction.No information contained in this post/page should be construed as legal advice from the Brink Law Firm, or the individual author, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter.

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Attorney Terry Brink

(8 days ago) In 2011, Terry decided to transition into solo practice, and so he founded the Brink Law Firm. Today, the firm is composed of Terry and his son Clinton, who recently graduated from the prestigious Vanderbilt University Law School. Though Terry’s main focus is his legal practice, Terry has maintained his real estate brokerage license, and has

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Joint Ownership Disputes: What You Need to Know

(2 days ago) Contact a Tacoma Real Estate Lawyer Today for a Legal Consultation. The experienced real estate attorneys at the Brink Law Firm can explore the circumstances of your case and can lay out all of your legal options. To schedule a consultation or case evaluation with a Tacoma joint ownership dispute lawyer, please call us at 253.620.6666 or

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Purchase & Sale Agreements: What You Need to Know

(9 days ago) Combined with nearly 30 years of real estate law experience, the Brink Law Firm is in a unique position to provide the highest quality of representation to buyers and sellers. To schedule an appointment with the Brink Law Firm, contact us online or call 253.620.6666 today.

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Rezoning: How it Works & What You Need to Know

(6 days ago) At the Brink Law Firm, we have extensive experience with rezoning in and around Pierce County. We have obtained favorable rezoning results both for our clients, and for ourselves for our own investment properties. To consult us about your real estate law case, you can call us today at 253.620.6666 or send us an email through our online contact

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Adverse Possession: Everything You Need to Know

(4 days ago) Under Washington State case law and statutes, an adverse possessor can usually only claim a right to the property after 10 years. However, if the adverse possessor has record title, or has continuously paid the property taxes and has color of title (typically in the form of a flawed paper title that does not show up on the record), then the

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Conditional Use Permits: How They Work and What You …

(Just Now) At the Brink Law Firm, we are intimately familiar with the conditional use permitting process in Pierce County and Tacoma. We have obtained multiple conditional use permits for clients, and for ourselves on our personal investment properties. To talk about your options, call us at 253.620.6666 or send us an email through our online contact form.

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Attorney Clinton Brink

(Just Now) Bio. Attorney Clinton Brink is a Tacoma native and a recent Vanderbilt University Law School graduate. Clinton has grown up around construction and has been involved in the family rental property business from an early age.

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Real Estate Contracts: Why They're Essential

(9 days ago) Law in general has a difficult learning curve, and property law is one of the most nuanced areas of specialty within the legal system as a whole. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that resolving a property dispute usually is not a viable do-it-yourself project. We frequently work for clients who could have saved a lot of money by hiring

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Mechanic’s Liens

(3 days ago) For further information, check out our article on construction law, call us at at 253.620.6666 or send us an email through our online contact form. Obtaining or Challenging a Mechanic’s Lien. Under Washington law, a lien must be publicly recorded and comply with certain legal formalities to be effective.

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Tacoma Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Attorneys

(6 days ago) Brink Law Firm is uniquely qualified to help with your eviction. Unlike most attorneys, we have owned and operated both commercial and residential rental properties in and around Pierce County for more than 50 years. Note: The Brink Law Firm does not currently represent residential tenants.

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Development Agreements: What You Need to Know

(Just Now) Since a development agreement is a contract, the law of contracts controls when it comes to amending, extending, or terminating (that is, rescinding) the development agreement. These issues routinely arise in long-term development agreements, since these agreements may require amendments when market conditions or other relevant conditions change.

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Property Line Disputes

(9 days ago) Hargiss, 56 Wash. 162, 105 P. 233 (1909). At the Brink Law Firm, we have successfully dealt with numerous property line disputes, both in relationship to our personal investment properties, and on behalf of clients. To schedule a consultation or case evaluation with a …

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Business and Commercial Lease Disputes

(3 days ago) Washington law requires residential landlords to hold security deposits in separate accounts so the funds are easily accessible and identifiable when it is time to return all or part of the deposit. However, there are no such requirements for commercial landlords, who are allowed to comingle deposits with other funds.

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Title Insurance Disputes

(2 days ago) Disclaimer: All information in this website is provided for general informational purposes only, and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction.No information contained in this post/page should be construed as legal advice from the Brink Law Firm, or the individual author, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter.

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Free Eviction Forms for Washington State

(9 days ago) Free Eviction Notice Forms and Our Eviction Prices. IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please note that Washington recently changed its eviction laws to require 14 days of notice for tenant nonpayment (rather than three). The new 14-day notice has a specific form, as stated in SB 5600, Sec. 3. We are in the process of updating our website and forms accordingly

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How to Evict a Tenant in Tacoma

(9 days ago) Contact a Tacoma Landlord-Tenant Attorney Today. If you have questions about your landlord-tenant issue, or any other matter related to Washington real estate law, you should speak to an attorney as soon as you can. To schedule a consultation, call the Brink Law Firm today at 253.620.6666 or send us an email through our online contact form.

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Plats: How they Work & What You Need to Know

(2 days ago) The lawyers at the Brink Law Firm can help subdivision developers with every step of the process—from platting, to permits, to construction, to real estate sales. With nearly 30 years of real estate law experience, much of which was spent providing land use services to developers, attorney Terry Brink is uniquely well-qualified to provide

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Real Estate Variances: What You Need to Know

(6 days ago) At the Brink Law Firm, we are intimately familiar with the variance process in Pierce County and Tacoma. We have obtained multiple variances for clients, and for ourselves on our personal investment properties. To talk about your options, call us at 253.620.6666 or contact us online.

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How to Evict a Tenant in Seattle

(Just Now) If you have questions about your landlord-tenant issue, or any other matter related to Washington real estate law, you should speak to an attorney as soon as you can. To schedule a consultation, call the Brink Law Firm today at 253.620.6666 or send us an email through our online contact form.

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Real Estate Mediations: Everything You Need to

(7 days ago) The knowledgeable property and real estate lawyers at the Brink Law Firm can examine the facts and circumstances surrounding your land use dispute and help you explore all of your legal options for dispute resolution—including land use mediation. To schedule a consultation or case evaluation, call us at 253.620.6666 or contact us online.

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Eminent Domain & Condemnation

(3 days ago) The Brink Law Firm regularly helps property owners obtain the fairest and most comprehensive compensation possible. With the right legal representation, you can negotiate the payment you receive and fight to obtain full and just compensation for the land you will lose. If you are unable to negotiate an adequate offer, you can take the matter to

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A Landlord's Guide to Washington's New 2019

(7 days ago) The new law could conceivably be read to mean that, even if the term hasn’t run its course, landlords can still evict tenants to perform substantial renovations with 120 days of notice. Is this the most natural reading of the new language? Perhaps not. But there is a chance that the courts will interpret the law

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Terry L. Brink Brink Law Firm Clinton Brink

(3 days ago) Terry L. Brink Brink Law Firm [email protected]brinkatlaw.com D: 253.620.6666 F: 253.620.6565 brinkatlaw.com 1201 Pacific Ave., Suite 2100 Tacoma, WA 98402 Clinton Brink [email protected]brinkatlaw.com D: 253.620.6577 F: 253.620.6565 For a more comprehensive explanation of the service requirements, check out our Comprehensive Guide to Evicting a Tenant in

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How to Evict a Tenant in Washington State

(3 days ago) In the law, “nuisance” is often tied to “waste,” so the definitions have some crossover. To be considered a nuisance, an act must be more than a mere inconvenience, and must either cause tangible injury to the property itself (similar to waste), or cause another resident “such physical discomforts as detract sensibly from the ordinary

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Real Estate Attorneys Archives

(8 days ago) We’ve written this article to help landlords and fellow landlord-tenant attorneys understand how Washington state’s new laws (effective July 28, 2019) will impact the eviction process we’re all used to.

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Clinton, Author at Brink Law

(2 days ago) Uncategorized / By Clinton. At the Brink Law Firm, we strongly believe in the value of higher education. After all, we couldn’t do what we do without seven years of it. But, these days, paying for that seven extra years of education really adds up. Attorney Terry Brink remembers his law school tuition being about $8,000 per year in the ….

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Terry L. Brink Brink Law Firm Clinton Brink

(2 days ago) Terry L. Brink Brink Law Firm [email protected]brinkatlaw.com D: 253.620.6666 F: 253.620.6565 brinkatlaw.com 1201 Pacific Ave., Suite 2100 Tacoma, WA 98402 Clinton Brink [email protected]brinkatlaw.com D: 253.620.6577 F: 253.620.6565 For a more comprehensive explanation of the service requirements, check out our Comprehensive Guide to Evicting a Tenant in

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Terry L. Brink Brink Law Firm Clinton Brink

(9 days ago) allowed by law, including attorney’s fees, court costs, and all rent and other fees that are past due. For reference, attorney’s fees alone often total more than $1,000.00 for a contested unlawful detainer proceeding. Additionally, if we win the lawsuit, an eviction will show up

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Landlord-Tenant and Eviction Attorneys Archives

(1 days ago) Disclaimer: All information in this website is provided for general informational purposes only, and may not reflect the current law in your jurisdiction.No information contained in this post/page should be construed as legal advice from the Brink Law Firm, or the individual author, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter.

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Clinton, Author at Brink Law

(9 days ago) Landlord-Tenant Law (Evictions) Menu Toggle The Definitive Guide to Evicting a Tenant in Washington State A Landlord’s Guide to Washington’s New 2019 Eviction Laws

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(9 days ago) Helping You Resolve Various Property Law-Related Matters in and Around Tacoma Property is often the most valuable asset that an individual owns. Because of the high stakes, property disputes can be among the most contentious and hard-fought in the legal system. So, whether you’re an experienced developer trying to plat a 300-site project, or

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