Lawrence M. Blue
J.D., L.L.M. in tax
Lawrence M. Blue has been helping people solve their financial problems for over 21 years. He has assisted over 5,000 individuals and business owners with successful chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases and with numerous bankruptcy disputes and litigations.
Lawrence earned a Masters of Tax Law at the University of Washington School of Law in 2000 and has since also been offering his skills, knowledge, and insight in a variety of federal tax matters, representing individuals and businesses against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and representing taxpayers in front of the United States Tax Court.
As co-founder of Bountiful Law PLLC, Lawrence has worked hard to establish a firm upon the principles of integrity, compassion, and hard work. He enjoys getting to know people on a personal basis. He especially likes helping clients work through their hardships, take control, and start enjoying their lives again.
Lawrence is admitted to practice in all Washington State Courts, US District Court for Western and Eastern Washington, US Bankruptcy Court for Western and Eastern Districts of Washington and the US Tax Court.
- Law degree, cum laude, at Gonzaga University School of Law in 1999
- Masters of Tax Law at the University of Washington School of Law in 2000.
Areas of Practice:
- Tax Law
Brad L. Puffpaff
Brad Puffpaff is a founding partner and the Managing Attorney at Bountiful Law, PLLC whose practice areas focus in estate planning, probate, business, and bankruptcy matters. With a decade of legal experience, Brad has garnered a reputation for his unwavering commitment to his clients’ best interests, making him the go-to attorney for those seeking reliable and trustworthy legal representation.
Brad’s has helped hundreds of clients with creating comprehensive estate plans including wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney and advanced healthcare directives. He offers compassionate guidance to families navigating the complex process of estate administration after losing a loved one to facilitate a smooth transition of assets. His creative legal mind, meticulous attention to detail and deep understanding of the law enable him to develop personalized strategies that safeguard his clients’ legacies and ensure their wishes are respected.
Brad is also a passionate advocate for individuals and businesses facing financial difficulties. He has helped hundreds of clients through the complex bankruptcy process, offering strategic advice and diligent representation to help them regain financial stability and a fresh start.
Brad earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from the University of Idaho College of Law, where he graduated cum lade. He spent his final year law school at the prestigious University of Washington College of Law, where he fell in love with the pacific northwest. His hobbies include spending time with his family, playing guitar, weightlifting, and outdoor activities.
Benjamin Goodwin is an estate planning, probate and traffic infraction defense attorney, with litigation background working as a prosecutor at both the city of Marysville and the city of Lynnwood. He has held notable positions throughout his time in Snohomish County, including several years as a Lynnwood city council member and three years as Lynnwood’s city council president. Benjamin’s commitment to public service is evident through his active involvement in various community organizations. He has served as the Assistant Board Chair for the South County Regional Fire Authority (South County Fire), a board member of the Snohomish County Health District, and the city council liaison to Lynnwood’s Diversity Commission.
With his wealth of experience and his unwavering dedication to his clients, Benjamin is a trusted advisor to many successful individuals and families in the community. Whether you are looking to create an estate plan, protect your assets, or need to consult about a probate, Benjamin has the skills, knowledge, and expertise to help you achieve your goals.
Having resided in the Pacific Northwest for more than 40 years, with 30 years specifically in Snohomish County, Benjamin possesses a deep understanding of the local community and its unique needs. When he is not practicing law or engaging in civic duties, Benjamin enjoys spending quality time with his family, engaging in outdoor activities, and participating in sports. His personal passion lies in striving to maintain a level of fitness which allows him to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Benjamin’s diverse experiences and unwavering commitment to his clients make him a trusted advisor in the field of estate planning.
Brandi McPeters is a highly skilled and dedicated paralegal with a strong administrative background, specializing in providing exceptional legal support services in estate planning, probate, and business matters. With extensive experience and a deep understanding of legal procedures, Brandi plays a crucial role in assisting attorneys and ensuring smooth operations within the firm. Known for her attention to detail, organizational abilities, and commitment to delivering excellent results, Brandi is an indispensable asset to Bountiful Law.
As a paralegal, Brandi has developed a comprehensive understanding of legal principles, procedures, and documentation. She is proficient in conducting legal research, drafting legal documents, organizing case files, and maintaining accurate records.
Brandi is a dynamic paralegal, leveraging her expertise to provide indispensable support to attorneys and ensuring the smooth functioning of Bountiful Law. Their skills in legal research, document drafting, case management, and communication make them an invaluable asset in delivering high-quality legal services. With a passion for the legal field and a commitment to excellence, Brandi continues to contribute to the success and reputation of Bountiful Law.
Yuriko Styles is a skilled paralegal at Bountiful Law, specializing in bankruptcy, immigration, and personal injury. With over 6 years of experience, she provides valuable support to attorneys and clients. In addition to her paralegal role, Yuriko is an active participant in the Rule 6 Law Clerk Program. This program offers aspiring attorneys the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the legal field while working under the supervision of licensed lawyers. As a Rule 6 law clerk, Yuriko is immersed in the practical aspects of legal practice, further honing her skills and deepening her understanding of the law. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family, hiking, traveling, and indulging in good food. Yuriko is a dedicated professional, committed to justice and making a positive impact in the legal field.