Law Firm Changes

Peter W. Goddu and Margaret C. Langlie of GodduLanglie, Lawyers-Advisors, are pleased to announce that, effective May 1, 2016, Kathryn (Katie) C. Loring and Thomas D. Sandstrom will join us as partners and the name of our firm will change to Goddu Langlie Loring Sandstrom, PLLC.

Peter Goddu and Margaret Langlie established their law firm in 1982 and in 2010 acquired the Friday Harbor law practice of Donald E. Eaton when he was appointed San Juan County Superior Court Judge. Katie Loring and Thomas Sandstrom have practiced in Friday Harbor since 2008 and 2009, respectively, with the Law Offices of Christon C. Skinner, which purchased that practice from John O. Linde when he was appointed San Juan County’s first Superior Court Judge.

The new firm combines our diverse backgrounds and our collective legal expertise—as well as our mutual commitment to a client-centered practice and common sense approach to the law—to provide a broad range of civil litigation and transactional legal services in the areas of contracts, construction, commercial and business law, estate planning and probate, family law, and real estate and land use.

The office of Goddu Langlie Loring Sandstrom, PLLC, will be located in the space currently occupied by the Skinner firm at 365-E Spring Street; phone numbers will remain the same: (360) 378-2181 and (360) 378-2191. More information will be available soon at our new website.

Margaret C. Langlie
mlanglie [@]

Posted on April 8, 2016 at 3:21 pm by

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