We're Open (Remotely) &
Continue to Serve Our Clients

Call 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday – Friday

We are available to assist both new and existing clients. Due to COVID-19 precautions, most meetings are currently held through video conference or by phone; for some of our team, socially distant in-person meetings (including signing appointments) are available on a limited basis.

Dear Clients and Friends: Our Response to COVID-19


As COVID19 continues to impact our community, we at Somers Tamblyn Isenhour Bleck are committed to meeting our clients’ legal needs while prioritizing the health and safety of our clients, our staff and their families, and the community. In keeping with current recommendations at the local, state, and federal level, our team is primarily working remotely at this time. Currently, we continue to work and are conducting meetings via phone and video conference. This includes both existing clients and new clients. In-person meetings will resume as we are able to do so.

You can contact us on weekdays between 9:00am and 4:00pm at (206) 340-2200 or (206) 232-4050, and our receptionist will direct your call to the right member of our team.

We will continue to monitor local and national guidelines, and resume meetings in our office as soon as it is safe and feasible.

In times like these, both our professional relationships with our clients and our personal relationships are more important than ever. We look forward to continuing to provide quality legal services and support for our clients throughout the coming weeks, keeping in mind everyone’s health and safety. We at Somers Tamblyn Isenhour Bleck will do our part to help flatten the curve.

Who We Serve


  • Individuals and families with basic or complex estate planning needs
  • Individuals facing marriage dissolution, cohabitation issues, child custody/support concerns, paternity actions or other family law difficulties.
  • Those seeking to establish a special needs trust or a guardianship for a family member with disabilities
  • Family members seeking long-term care planning advice or assistance with elder-care issues
  • Individual and professional fiduciaries, trustees, guardians, and those serving under a power of attorney
  • Executors or personal representatives during probate administration
  • Couples considering pre or post-nuptial agreements, or co-habitation agreements