At the Kai Law Group, we are proud to know that our current clients recommend our legal services to their friends and families. We work hard for clients, and we want them to feel comfortable working with us on even the most confidential matters.
Kai Law Group
Kai, the “keeper of the keys” is the essential concept of the Kai Law Group. We have the knowledge and experience to handle all your general legal matters; we use our skills, our keys to success, to benefit our clients. Whether you need a simple will or a complex trust established, you can feel confident that we will give your issues full attention and treat you with respect you deserve.
Pacific Northwest General Practice Lawyers
In our work as Pacific Northwest General Practice Lawyers, Ji Min Kim (Attorney Principal) and Kyong Suk Arbeeny (Director of Paralegal Department) work closely with clients to achieve specific goals. We value client privacy and are ready to offer straightforward solutions without undue questioning.
We enjoy representing clients in Pierce County & Snohomish County in Washington State for all general practice legal services, including issues that concern family and personal injury law. We also provide immigration legal services to clients nationwide.
General Practice Legal Services
Our general practice is devoted to helping families with common legal matters. This may include any of the following:
- Traffic law – accidents, tickets, DUI
- Wills & Trusts – drafting documents, assisting executors
- Powers of Attorney – personal, medical directives, limited or lasting
- Contracts – real estate, business, personal
- Warranties – guarantees
- Licenses & Permits
- Business formation – sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation
- Other legal matters
We are always happy to answer client questions about legal matters, and we are dedicated to helping others manage legal affairs and litigation matters in confidence. Many questions involve complex matters, such as what documents are needed to protect your assets. For example, you may wonder what the difference is between wills and powers of attorney. Put simply, the will provides for distribution of your property and assets after death, while the powers of attorney generally apply to legal matters that require attention while you are away or incapacitated.
Call now to arrange for your first consultation with our general practice attorneys. The Kai Law Group is located in Lakewood, WA; call us at (253) 584-1369.