Law Offices of
J. Richard Aramburu PLLC
720 3rd Ave Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 625-9515
Fax: (206) 682-1376

Law Offices of
Jeffrey M. Eustis PLLC
4616 25th Ave NE, No. 608
Seattle, WA  98105
Phone:  (206) 919-9383


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Practice Areas

We are Washington State Environmental, Land Use Law, and Real Estate attorneys.  At  the Law Offices of J. Richard Aramburu PLLC and the Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Eustis PLLC in Seattle, Washington, we have represented private parties and municipalities in complex land use problems throughout the greater Puget Sound area.

Our practice areas include:

Land Use Law

At Aramburu & Eustis, LLP, we have a thorough knowledge of land use law and have appeared before local and state administrative boards and state and federal courts regarding land use regulations and environmental laws. We regularly appear before the Growth Management Hearings Board on planning and zoning issues, the Shoreline Hearings Board on shoreline permitting, and the Pollution Control Hearings Board on water and pollution issues. We also regularly appear in state and federal court. Our attorneys have written chapters for the Washington State Bar Association Real Property Deskbook treatise on the subjects of land use litigation, surface water management, and zoning. Richard Aramburu and Jeffrey Eustis frequently speak on environmental and land use law topics at legal education seminars. more »

Environmental Law

Richard Aramburu and Jeffrey  Eustis have an extensive background and expertise in flooding and landslide cases. They maintain a thorough knowledge of the Growth Management Act, Shoreline Management Act, Washington State Environmental Policy Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and Endangered Species Act. more »

Real Estate Law

Our real estate law practice principally focuses upon purchase and sale disputes and damage actions. Land owners have come to us when a purchaser has reneged on a transaction to buy property. Other disputes deal with torts arising out of property use. We have represented new homeowners who claim latent defects and contend that the seller failed to disclose a significant problem with the property. Homeowners and homeowner associations involved in disputes over easements and covenants (Conditions, Covenants, and Restrictions, or CC&R) also come to us for help in an area in which we have litigated precedent-setting cases. more »

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