Brad Puffpaff is an attorney in Edmonds, WA and founder of Puffpaff Law. Brad... more
Brad Puffpaff is an attorney in Edmonds, WA and founder of Puffpaff Law. Brad finished his Juris Doctor while attending University of Washington School of Law and received his degree from University of Idaho College of Law. He founded Puffpaff Law upon principles of integrity, compassion, and hard work. Communication with clients and developing a strong attorney-client relationship is import... view profile
When I went to lawschool several years ago I was determined to work as a prosecuting... more
When I went to lawschool several years ago I was determined to work as a prosecuting attorney. I spent some time working as a prosecutor and watched numerous people suffer consequences that could have been avoided if they only hired knowledgable aggressive legal counsel. During that time I also had a close family member get charged with DUI. Although I was not the prosecutor I watched that pers... view profile
I provide high quality, cost-effective legal services to individuals and businesses,... more
I provide high quality, cost-effective legal services to individuals and businesses, with integrity and professionalism. I am a graduate of the University of Washington and Willamette University College of Law. From 1997 to 2012, I served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Washington at Seattle.
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