Spencer D. Parr was born in Pocatello, Idaho, raised in the states of Idaho and... more
Spencer D. Parr was born in Pocatello, Idaho, raised in the states of Idaho and Washington, then served on active duty with the U.S. Army's, Military Intelligence as a linguist (FLPP Qualified in 6 slavic languages) and electronic warfare operator for 4.5 years. After completing his military service and being honorably discharged, he obtained an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Int... view profile
Jenny takes a client focused approached to the practice of law. She is passionate... more
Jenny takes a client focused approached to the practice of law. She is passionate about her clients and works tenaciously to assist them in their legal matters. Prior to starting her own practice Jenny worked at law firms in Tacoma and Seattle, where she gained experience in both the law and couseling clients to address their legal needs. Her practice includes debtor representation in bankrupt... view profile
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