Shannon was admitted to practice law in Washington in 1994 and joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2003. In 2007, Shannon became a shareholder and the firm was renamed Geiersbach & Kraft. Real estate and estate planning are her primary practice areas. Shannon is able to serve clients working on both residential and commercial real estate matters, estate plans, trusts, guardianships and probates, and business matters. In running a business and caring for a family herself, Shannon has a strong appreciation for the ways in which business matters, real estate, and estate planning overlap for her clients. When times are prosperous, we all need to pay attention to looking out for our families and managing our assets. When times are tough, a discussion about managing debt and bankruptcy may be in order. No matter what your circumstances, The Kraft Law Group is here to help.
Prior to joining the firm, Shannon taught at Pierce College and was on the faculty of the Seattle University School of Law. In 2003, she completed a clerkship with the Kitsap County Superior Court, where she had the opportunity to work with three superior court judges.
Contact Shannon at email@example.com.
University of Puget Sound,
summa cum laude, 1990;
Seattle University School of Law
(formerly University of Puget
Sound), magna cum laude, 1993
Admitted to Practice:
Areas of Practice:
- Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- Real Estate Litigation – Including Adverse Possession and Boundary Line Disputes
- Estate Planning – Wills and Trusts; Probate
- Business Planning – Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, and Partnerships
- Homeowner and Condominium Associations
- Civil Litigation
- Criminal Defense