The Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler PLLC is a real estate law firm in Seattle, WA emphasizing landlord-tenant relations and real estate litigation.

What We Do

Evan L. Loeffler is a real estate attorney in Seattle, Washington, where his practice emphasizes landlord-tenant relations, real estate and commercial litigation, formation of corporate identities, business transactions and property transfers. Serving residents of King County, Washington and surrounding areas including Snohomish, Skagit, and Pierce Counties, services provided by the Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler PLLC include:

  • Evictions
  • Lease Drafting
  • Notices

The Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler PLLC has extensive experience in the field of landlord-tenant law. We will represent you in an effective and affordable manner to resolve disputes to your satisfaction.

For an initial telephone consultation with a lawyer, contact our office at (206) 443-8678 or complete the form on our Contact page. Offices conveniently located in downtown Seattle.

We accept credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

What people are saying

"Evan Loeffler not only made sure the other party did not win, he completely turned things around in court. More importantly, he made the entire process of dealing with this experience less stressful while also helping us feel in control of the situation. Evan is knowledgeable and tough when it counts, yet very easy to work with and with a very pleasant sense of humor. Watching him in the courtroom was a truly rewarding experience!"

Who We Are

Evan L. Loeffler is the principal at the law firm, has practiced law in Washington since 1994 and is the author of the recently published Real Estate Closing Deskbook, Third Edition. He relies on extensive litigation experience and knowledge of the law to effectively represent tenants and landlords in Seattle and surrounding counties.

Evan Loeffler received his law degree from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1994. He is the author of multiple landlord-tenant law sections in the Washington Lawyers Practice Manual, he frequently lectures on the subject of ethics and landlord-tenant law, and he teaches several CLE courses on landlord tenant law.

Evan Loeffler is peer-rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell for having the highest ethical standards and legal ability. He was named a "Washington Super Lawyer" by Washington Law and Politics Magazine, and Seattle Metropolitan Magazine named him a 2010 Top Lawyer.

Evan Loeffler is a member of the American Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association and the King County Bar Association. See a full list of associations and positions held.

Christopher D. Cutting joined the law firm in 2010 after completing a clerkship with Judge Marywave Van Deren of the Washington Court of Appeals. He received his law degree cum laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2009. During law school, Christopher was a Lead Articles Editor for the Seattle University Law Review and an extern for Judge Ronald B. Leighton of the United States District Court. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, double-majoring in Government and Classical Studies. More

Jeana K. Poloni joined the law firm in 2011 after working for the Office of the City Attorney in Spokane Valley, Washington. She received her law degree cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2010. She served as an extern to Commissioner Wasson of the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III. She also interned at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in Portland in the summer of 2008 after studying international law in Florence, Italy through Gonzaga's study abroad program. More


The legal forms on this site are provided for your use free of charge to help resolve landlord-tenant disputes. The use of these forms does not in any way create an attorney-client relationship between the user and anyone associated with Evan L. Loeffler or the Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler PLLC.

Notices, for landlords to give to tenants:

For landlords or tenants: Condition report checklist

Unlawful Detainer Sheet: Intake Form (For landlords who wish to hire the Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler to evict a tenant.)

Properly filling out and delivering notices is critical in the event a case proceeds to trial. We highly recommend that you consult a landlord-tenant lawyer prior to using these or any other legal form.


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This firm does not accept notices of appearance or other pleadings by e-mail transmission. If you have received legal documents requiring a response to this office, do not use this form.

The use of this contact form does not in any way create an attorney-client relationship between the user and anyone associated with The Law Office of Evan L. Loeffler PLLC.