Greg L. Fullington
2200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98121
Firm: Galletch & Fullington, PLLC
Founded in 2006 by two highly regarded attorneys who left an established Seattle firm to create a client-centered practice, Galletch & Fullington possesses the experience and expertise to serve individuals and families, entrepreneurs and established business owners in a wide range of legal matters.
Firm principals Mike Galletch and Greg Fullington have developed outstanding professional reputations not only for their superb legal skills but also for the manner in which they have chosen to practice law. Their practice philosophy is sincere and straightforward:
?Provide our clients with superior legal representation;
?Be available when our clients need us;
?Be entirely truthful to our clients; and
?Charge an honest fee for honest work.
Galletch & Fullington attorneys represent clients in business and contractual matters, construction claims, commercial leasing, residential and commercial real estate and development, employment and labor issues, partnership disputes, estate planning, and other, related areas.
Greg Fullington, firm owner, maintains a strong and varied litigation practice includingbusiness, contracts, residential and commercial real estate, commercial leasing, employment and labor, construction, and criminal defense. He has represented clients in business and entity formation, acquisition and selling of businesses, breach of contract, and employment and labor disputes.
In addition, Greg has drafted and negotiated contracts, leases, and employment documents, as well as estate planning documents, and documents on land use/ permit matters, and has negotiated with city and county officials on a number of issues, including negotiations with the Quadrant Corporation for the development of Snoqualmie Ridge, Phase II.
A former King County Deputy Prosecutor and Council Member for the City of Snoqualmie, Greg has prosecuted hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases and is exceptionally well-versed in municipal law and policy. Past Student Bar Association president of the Willamette University College of Law and father of three young children, the West Seattle native maintains a special interest in representing families of disabled children attempting to secure appropriate school accommodations and insurance coverage.
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