Balsam Quinlan P.S. has been providing quality legal services in Pierce and surrounding counties since 1989. Attorney Robin H. Balsam and her associates have over 45 years of combined experience and have developed a reputation as dedicated, aggressive, and experienced counsel.
The firm strives to provide a uniquely collaborative and resourceful approach to legal issues that confront elders, disabled people and their families by providing a range of solutions from negotiated out-of-court agreements to aggressive legal representation in court. The means of resolving a matter is dictated by the facts and client goals.
As a whole, the attorneys and support staff can assist in all aspects of guardianship, trust, elder law and probate matters, whether straightforward or complex.
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Attorney Robin H. Balsam has been in private practice since 1984, with over 33 years of experience practicing law. She is the managing partner of Robin H. Balsam P.S. and director of Commencement Bay Guardianship Services.
Michael W. Howard joined the firm in an of Counsel position in 2016. With over 40 years of experience, he provides representation in the areas of probate, estate and trust planning, fiduciary services, elder law, guardianship and trust services. Mr. Howard serves as both court and privately appointed personal representative in probates and has extensive experience serving in fiduciary roles.
Ms. Quinlan joined Robin H. Balsam P.S. in 2020 after graduating from law school. She regularly handles guardianship and vulnerable adult matters, probates, and estate litigation. Ms. Quinlan graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law and was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 2020.
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