Born and Raised in Snohomish County
Our roots trace back to the founding of Everett in 1893
Helping Local Organizations Achieve Sustainability
We represent 100-year old organizations like Port of Everett
Supporting our community’s thriving industries
We were here when the first jetliners were produced in Everett
Serving the legal needs of our neighbors for over 100 years
We are the largest & most trusted law firm in Snohomish County
Anderson Hunter Law
At Anderson Hunter Law, we have the knowledge and experience to help you with the legal challenge you are facing. We emphasize efficient, comprehensive, and cost-effective service for our clients in a number of practice areas, including:
You’ll appreciate our friendly, non-threatening approach for all family matters Including divorce, child custody, and relocation.
Expert counsel in complex estate and tax planning, including integration with business ownership.
We understand business. After all, we’ve been helping companies like yours for over 100 years.
As a leader in Snohomish County for over a century, we understand local issues and concerns.
Full service support for real estate matters, including purchase & sale, development, leasing & management, and dispute resolution.
Our trial attorneys have helped thousands of people recover from the devastating losses that can follow a serious injury.
We represent owners, large and small contractors, subcontractors, lenders and architects in all construction-related matters.
Our firm has stood the test of time for over 100 years, handling thousands of disability claims for fellow Washingtonians.
Anderson Hunter has always delivered quality service. They are one of the few firms that make a connection on a personal level. I have never been disappointed when working with them.
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