Brettin Law Offices PLLC
Experience, collaboration, innovation and value for your real estate transaction, enterprise or closely held business.
A Seattle Real Estate Law Firm, Brettin Law Offices PLLC is managed by Lee Brettin, a real estate attorney with over 20 years of experience in commercial and residential transactions and litigation, Lee obtained his real estate broker’s license in 1980 and license to practice law in 1992. Lee gained practical and pragmatic experience as a commercial real estate property manager and leasing professional working for private and institutional investors and local and national brands in their expansion locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. With deep roots in the community and years of experience in private practice and general counsel positions for growth companies and commercial real estate development firms, Lee Brettin has applied these skills and experience to representing the interests of individuals and business owners just like you.
Our office is conveniently located just north of downtown Seattle with ample free parking. Our client base is primarily comprised of local residents, businesses, commercial property investors, landlords, tenants, franchisors, franchisees and homeowners. We also represent companies located outside of Washington State with legal interests in King and Snohomish Counties. We believe in value billing and flat fee arrangements when circumstances allow. We welcome inquires and offer an initial lawyer interview to help you determine if our expertise and background matches your legal issue at no cost to you.
“Through the course of my real estate and law career I have represented commercial real estate landlords and tenants, as well as individuals and families in a wide range of legal and real estate matters including drafting and negotiating real estate purchase and sale agreements, option agreements, shopping center leases, build to suit leases, earnest money disputes and general real estate litigation. In addition to helping clients purchase or sell their homes and investment properties, or obtain an equitable solution to real estate disputes, I represent individuals and businesses with entity formation, business sales, partnership agreements, franchise matters and related transactions and litigation. Everyone likes to save money. The one reoccurring mistake that I see people make is waiting too long to call a lawyer for legal assistance. If you have a contract that you are negotiating or dispute you are trying to sort out, it’s usually more cost effective to obtain legal counsel before committing to a result. Hindsight is 20/20 and far more expensive than foresight.”