Collections, garnishments, and attachments; commercial transactions; commercial and residential leases and evictions; real estate purchase and sale agreements, foreclosures, and CC&Rs; debtor and creditor bankruptcy; Washington State Department of Health Certificate of Need
A Texas native with an extensive business background, Edward’s first career was in the utility sector in Houston, and later as a vice-president at Avista Corporation. He began his private law practice with Stamper Rubens in 2002. Edward’s practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate issues, collection matters, and bankruptcy.
Edward is admitted to practice in all Washington State courts, the U. S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington, and the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington.
He is an active member and elder of the Whitworth Community Presbyterian Church.