Seattle Real Estate And Bankruptcy Attorney

My law firm, Marine View Law & Escrow, P.L.L.C., emphasizes real estate, bankruptcy, business and estate planning.

I am Renee Roman, an experienced lawyer who provides legal advice and counsel to individuals and business owners. I am ready to meet with you to learn about your legal issues. Together we will determine the best course of action in your case.

To schedule an appointment, message by email or call my office at 206-701-6564 or 877-449-4819.

I serve clients in Seattle, King County and the greater Puget Sound area of Washington with quality legal representation. My staff and I are dedicated and committed to delivering the highest level of service to all of my clients without fail, every time I take a case.

A Lawyer Who Delivers. I Design Effective Solutions For Your Legal Problems

I bring quality, comprehensive legal representation to individuals and business owners and can advise you about important legal issues in the following practice areas:

  • Bankruptcy, both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
  • Foreclosure alternatives, including short sales, mediation, and negotiation of mortgage loan modifications directly with your lender.
  • Real estate, from the purchase or sale of residential or commercial property to leasing issues, boundary disputes or evictions.
  • Short sales, which I negotiate on a daily basis, including negotiation of full deficiency waivers on any remaining mortgage balance.
  • Estate planning and probate administration, including the preparation of wills, trusts, and related estate and probate documents.
  • Debt settlement for various obligations from consumer debt to mortgage loans and judgments.
  • Business transactions, including purchase agreements, partnership agreements, contracts and business formation documents.

To speak with an experienced Seattle bankruptcy lawyer who truly cares about your future, call me at Marine View Law & Escrow at 206-701-6564 or 877-449-4819, or send an email message.

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