Speidel Law Firm of Wenatchee Helps Individuals, Families and Businesses.
When you need help with legal issues - you can count on the skilled professionals at Speidel Law Firm to explain your rights and options.
Careful legal planning is one of the most vital steps you can take to protect assets and pass them on the way you want.
We develop personal and custom legal plans for our clients in Wenatchee, Chelan County and surrounding areas.
Our approach to Elder Law and Estate Planning is to help generations work together without creating conflict. Our capable, friendly staff is committed to navigating you through each step of the complicated legal field of estate planning.
SLF counsels its business clients on a wide range of legal issues, from how to set up a business, to ongoing transactions and contracts, to resolving business and ownership disputes, to passing on a business to the next generation.
Real estate law is an important part of our practice. We advise both individuals and businesses with their real estate transactions and real estate litigation.
Russell J.Speidel established the Speidel Law Firm in his hometown, Wenatchee, Washington, in 1986. His prior experience included a trusts and estates practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with Old Colony Trust of Boston and Wiggin & Nourie of Manchester.
"Dear Russell and associates,
We cannot thank you enough for the great work you all did on our behalf! You were great and we appreciate you so much! May God richly bless you!" C.U. 1/23/14
"Russ Speidel is the nicest lawyer I've ever dealt with." C.G.
The Speidel Law Firm has grown into a leader in North Central Washington in estate planning. Community involvement of firm attorneys and staff includes active participation and leadership in the Wenatchee Public Schools, Rotary, The Salvation Army, the North Central Washington Museum, and the North Central Washington Estate Planning Council.
Mr. Speidel has served on a variety of local and state bar committees, and is a frequent speaker at estate planning and continuing legal education seminars.