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Kathryn E. Holland
Kathryn is a contributing author to Washington Practice Series – Family and Community Property Law Handbook. In addition, she is a member of the Real Property, Probate and Trust and Elder Law Sections of the Washington State Bar, and the Estate Planning and Administration Section of the Oregon State Bar. She has taught Estate Planning and Probate for Paralegals at Clark College in Vancouver and often speaks publicly to civic groups about estate planning and probate law. More >>>

Marilyn K. Reynolds
Marilyn serves as a member of the Planned Giving Committees of the Community Foundation of Southwest Washington and the Fort Vancouver Historic Trust. She is on the board of the Estate Planning Council of Southwest Washington. More >>>

Alexa N. Ritchie
Alexa is admitted to practice law in the state of Washington. She studied piano performance at the University of Puget Sound, and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Welfare from the University of Washington. She completed her legal education through the Washington State Bar Association Law Clerk Program. More >>>

Pat L. Pabst
A founding member of the firm, Pat has recently retired. For many years, she taught regular seminars on estate planning, trusts, probate, and charitable giving to professional and civic groups. She and her partners have written Guide to Estate Planning Under Washington and Federal Law to assist lay people in understanding the fundamentals of estate planning. More >>>