Based in Seattle, Washington, the law firm of Lee & Lee, PS, provides services to individuals and corporations throughout the Pacific Northwest and abroad. We assist people with a variety of legal needs, including immigration, criminal defense, civil disputes and personal injury representation.
Our experienced attorneys have earned a reputation for excellence. We have accomplished this by providing thorough case preparation and knowledgeable representation. Managing partner Nelson K.H. Lee formerly worked in the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office as a Senior Deputy Prosecutor. Mr. Lee's experience litigating and winning more than 100 trials has made him a powerful ally for clients. In fact, our entire team includes highly sought-after attorneys and presentation speakers known for their extensive knowledge and skills in various legal areas, including advocating for victims' rights in domestic violence and providing skilled anti-trust representation.
For businesses considering investment opportunities in the U.S., our law firm offers knowledgeable guidance with visas and the other legal issues surrounding business and investor immigration. Our experience can help you facilitate bringing important employment resources through immigration to meet your business needs. We also assist people accused of crimes such as marijuana cultivation and distribution, domestic violence, robbery, sexual assault and DUI. Additionally, we represent clients facing government asset forfeiture.
Lee & Lee, PS is comprised of attorneys with diverse backgrounds and legal skills who speak Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin and English. We will fluently explain the complexities of the law so your questions get answered and you understand your options going forward. Our lawyers have the experience to get the results you need. Arrange a free consultation to discuss your legal needs today.
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