Realistic And Resourceful Legal Assistance

When attorney Sam Leonard founded our law firm, Leonard Law, his goal was to provide realistic legal advice to our clients from King County and the surrounding area, whether their needs related to debt defense, consumer law, civil litigation or, when necessary, bankruptcy.

In fact, from the time of your first visit to our Seattle law firm, you will realize our lawyer will work to understand your goals by approaching your legal challenges directly. By getting to the root of the problem quickly, we can offer services to our clients that are both efficient and effective, while also providing creative solutions to pressing debt or collection issues.

In addition to our realistic approach, our resourcefulness has helped create our excellent reputation. We have a large network of experts on whom we can call for assistance when cases require it, and our attorney has a network of mentors, including his former boss David Lean, known as the godfather of consumer rights in Western Washington, to whom he can turn for advice when clients present new and especially unusual challenges.

A Lawyer With Real World Experience

Mr. Leonard has not always been an attorney. He began his professional life in construction industry sales and spent time as a project manager at Boeing. His experience in sales has given him the ability to ask our clients the right questions, while his project management skills allow him to not only build plans for our clients but also to teach them how to adhere to those plans.

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Learn About The Benefits Of Choosing Our Firm

We are proud of the fact that our firm is different from the competition. If you would like to learn what sets us apart and the benefits that result from our difference, we invite you to schedule a free initial consultation by calling 206-486-1176 or by sending us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.