Protecting What Matters For Families Like Yours
Family is the most important thing in the world and we help our clients make informed financial decisions so they live a more purposeful life with the people they love. Enjoy the peace of mind knowing your children and loved ones are legally protected.
Keith Wells is the owner of Woodinville Law as well as the Windermere Real Estate Offices in Woodinville, Monroe, and Lake Chelan. He grew up in Woodinville and attended Western Washington University, earning a degree in Finance and Economics. Prior to attending to law school at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, Keith spent a year working for a land developer in Snohomish, Washington, and four years working as a broker for Windermere Real Estate in Woodinville.
During law school, Keith clerked for the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Attorney’s Office in Ketchikan, Alaska. Keith is now a member of the Washington State Bar Association and participates in the Moderate Means Program and has spent time in helping with the Washington State Home Foreclosure Legal Aid Project.
Keith’s practice focuses on estate planning, probate, real estate, small business planning, and distressed property counseling, including short sale negotiations. His experience in law, real estate, and business ownership enables him to provide legal assistance to his clients in a variety of situations.
Keith is highly active in the community. He has served with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue division, is the acting Vice President of the Woodinville Rotary, is active with the YMCA, and through his Windermere affiliation is active throughout the year in small charitable functions to help the local community.
Willamette University College of Law
Western Washington University Finance/Economics
Windermere Real Estate: Woodinville
Windermere Real Estate: Lake Chelan
Windermere Real Estate: Monroe
Amber Hunt is an associate attorney at Woodinville Law and is licensed to practice in Washington and Colorado. After growing up in Southern Colorado, she attended the University of Colorado- Denver where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Following her bachelor’s degree work, she attended South Texas College of Law in Houston where she was actively involved in community service initiatives including the Houston Food Bank collection drives, the law suits program which provided students with professional clothing for interviews and internships, as well as Harris County “Make it Right” days where individuals were given an opportunity to clear their outstanding bench warrants. In addition to her studies, she also held officer positions in Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Criminal Law Society, and Women’s Law Society.
Early in her practice, Amber sought real-world experience in a range of legal fields. She worked as a law clerk for a business immigration firm; held an internship with Harris County District Attorney’s Office, one of the largest DA offices in the country, working on felony cases in district court; then led dozens of cases with the Harris County in the Civil Asset Forfeiture Division; all while volunteering with the Randall O. Sorrels Legal Clinic at South Texas College of Law to help guide Veterans with their post-discharge legal issues.
Amber has now relocated to Seattle to further her legal career by focusing on wills, trusts and estate planning, as well as expanding into contract review. She also continues to tutor South Texas College’s law students preparing for their bar exams, and spends her spare time hiking, running, and snowboarding.
South Texas College of Law
University of Colorado, Business Administration
Business Immigration, (Law Clerk)
Harris County District Attorney’s Office, (Internship)
South Texas College of Law (Volunteer, Veterans Division)