Havers Law Offices, Inc., P.S. is a law firm located in Silverdale, Washington. Philip J. Havers, principal, serves as legal counsel to individuals and business clients in northwestern Washington.
Our practice focuses on several areas of civil law: corporate and business law; civil litigation, including personal injury; real estate and land use law; and intellectual property law, including trademarks and copyrights. We also advise clients about Estate Planning and help them during the difficult time of probating the Estates of their loved ones.
We pride ourselves on client communication, successfully representing their interests, and assisting them with their legal matters. We look forward to assisting you with your legal needs.
Lorie began her career interning for a law firm during high school and advancing to...
After receiving his B.A. from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, Phil graduated with honors from the University of Notre Dame Law School. Following graduation from law school, Phil worked at the law firm of Gardner Carton & Douglas in Chicago, Illinois.
A native of the Northwest, Phil returned home and has been practicing law in Kitsap County since early 2004. He is licensed to practice in Washington State Court and Washington State Federal Court – Western and Eastern Districts.
Phil has successfully litigated a diverse range of cases, including serious personal injury cases, real estate disputes and intellectual property disputes. He has also successfully registered multiple federal and state trademarks and has formed and maintained numerous companies for clients.
Phil has served as Chair of the Washington State Bar Association’s Litigation Section and is currently the Chair of the Kitsap County Superior Court Civil Practice and Procedure Committee. He also serves as a Member of the Central Kitsap County Community Council (CKCC) and is on a Citizen’s Advisory Committee to the Central Kitsap School District.
Lorie began her career interning for a law firm during high school and advancing to full-time positions with the Skagit County Prosecuting Attorney and Public Defender. She moved to Kitsap County in 1992 and continued as a paralegal in various areas of law practice. As our paralegal, she brings over 40 years of wide-ranging experience including expertise with corporate, probate, estate plans and personal injury. Lorie graduated with honors from Stanwood High School, holds an Associate of Arts in Business Administration from Skagit Valley Community College, continued additional coursework in business administration through Western Washington University, American Sign Language coursework through Olympic College and coursework in Social Sciences through Washington State University.
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