Welcome to Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC, a law firm conveniently located in Spokane Valley, Washington and serving Eastern Washington. The firm was founded in 1985 by Jerry L. Trunkenbolz and continues to represent clients in the fields of law focusing on probate, estate planning, real estate, litigation, guardianships and business law.
Every client is offered a free initial consultation where we discuss your legal needs, suggest how those needs may be met and what legal costs you can expect.
Our goal is to represent you professionally, with the highest quality of services while always keeping in mind our respect for you and your goals. Whether you are looking for a Spokane estate planning attorney to probate an estate, draft wills, represent you in a real estate matter, we will give you practical real-world legal advice coupled with experienced legal counsel. At Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC we look forward to working with you. There is never any cost of an initial consultation. (509) 928-4100
PROBATE: Following the death of a loved one you may have many questions about what to do next. Give us a call and we will meet with you and walk you through the correct process for the estate you are handling. We also represent individual beneficiaries who need legal representation.
ESTATE PLANNING: Do you need a will or trust? Do you have documents in place to care for your family in the event of incompetency or death? During our first meeting you will gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing how you can plan for your future and the future of your family. A complete estate plan typically consists of a will, durable power of attorney, directive to physicians and, if you are married, a community property agreement. Our Spokane estate planning lawyer offers many other documents as well and a flat fee insures that you are not over paying for a complete, custom estate plan.
REAL ESTATE: Experience is key to a successful real estate transaction. Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC has been serving Eastern Washington since 1985 with a focus on real estate matters. Whether you have a simple transaction or a dispute that is headed for the court room, Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC is the law firm that you want in your corner.
LITIGATION: Have you been sued or do you need to protect your rights by suing someone? Do not walk into the court room without an attorney who has decades of successful court room experience. Always ask an attorney for their trial record before hiring a litigator to represent you. You will be pleased with what you learn at Trunkenbolz| Rohr PLLC
GUARDIANSHIP: Do you need to protect the rights of an elderly or disabled person by having the court name you as a guardian? Do you know the rights and responsibilities that a guardian must undertake? Perhaps you are not pleased with the ability of a person who is attempting to be named a guardian. Following your no cost consultation, you will have the answers to your questions and be prepared to decide what course of action is best for you and the elderly or disabled person.
BUSINESS LAW: Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC has represented a wide range of businesses over the past several decades. The common thread is that our business clients rely on us to protect their interests, advise them as to what the law requires and protect them during rough times.
Pamela Hazelton Rohr
The law firm of Trunkenbolz | Rohr PLLC was founded in 1984 by attorney Jerry L. Trunkenbolz, who focused on real estate issues in Washington and Idaho. Mr. Trunkenbolz retired in 2003. Today the firm is headed by attorney Pamela H. Rohr, who joined the firm in 1990. Ms. Rohr's practice areas include Probate, Estate Planning and Real Property.
Juris Doctor, Gonzaga University School of Law, 1987
B.A., University of Arizona, 1984
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State of Washington, 1990
Federal District of Eastern Washington, 1990
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
Washington State Bar Association
Member Since: 1990
Spokane County Bar Association
Member Since: 1990
Member of Real Property, Probate and Trust Section
Featured Cases and Matters:
Courchaine v. Commonwealth
296 P.3d 913 (Wash.App. Div. 3 2012)