About Edgar Hall

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Edgar Hall
Managing Attorney
Washington Debt Law, PLLC

Edgar Hall’s practice emphasizes debt resolution, asset protection, and litigation of creditor-debtor issues for individuals and small to mid sized businesses.  Areas of practice include Bankruptcy, Collections, COA/HOA, Consumer Protection, Foreclosure, Landlord Tenant, Lemon & Auto, Student Loans, and litigation o the same.  In addition to managing Washington Debt Law, Edgar volunteers with the Housing Justice Project and the Home Foreclosure Legal Assistance Program.

Prior to founding Washington Debt Law, PLLC, Edgar worked at one of the largest creditor side law firms that exclusively represented banks and financial institutions in the areas of foreclosure, eviction, bankruptcy, and litigation as well as a boutique bankruptcy and consumer debt law firm.

Edgar received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Diego School of Law and his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California at Riverside. Prior to Law School, Edgar was enlisted in the U.S. Air Force Reserves where he obtained the rank of Staff Sergeant while completing his undergraduate education.  Edgar was proud to deploy for Operation Enduring Freedom during his military service.

About Shannon Wing

 

Shannon R. Wing
Of Counsel Attorney
Washington Debt Law, PLLC

Shannon’s practice is focused on helping individuals and small business owners in the areas of debt defense, consumer protection, and asset protection.  Shannon’s specific practice areas include chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies (both corporate and individuals), as well as all areas of complex commercial litigation.  She has successfully represented clients in numerous cases including issues of contract, fraud, intellectual property, real estate, business finance, and class action matters.

Shannon is well-versed in representing Chapter 11 bankruptcy clients including advising on and drafting plans of reorganization, disclosure statements, confirmation memoranda, claims objections, and motions for use of cash collateral and other “first-day” motions.  She has successfully argued Chapter 7 and 11 matters, including issues related to claims objections, fiduciary duties, conversion, turnover, preference matters, avoidance actions, and unjust enrichment actions.

Born and raised in the greater Seattle area, Shannon is a graduate of Kent-Meridian High School and a graduate of the University of Washington Honors Program, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Distinction.  She then traveled back east to attend Boston University School of Law, where Shannon graduated with Honors in the concentration of litigation and dispute resolution.  Shannon also interned for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston for the Chief of the Financial Litigation Division.

Shannon relocated back to her hometown of Kent, WA after several years of practice in New York City and Philadelphia.  During her free time, Shannon enjoys gardening, hiking, skiing, movies, and anything out on the beautiful waters of our Pacific Northwest.  Shannon is an active member of the bars of the State of Washington and the State of New York.

 

About Rachel Edmiston

Rachel Edmiston
Of Counsel Attorney
Washington Debt Law, PLLC

Rachel Edmiston is of counsel to Washington Debt Law and assists with consumer representation and litigation. Rachel’s practice emphasizes bankruptcy, condominium (COA) litigaton, consumer protection, foreclosure defense, estate planning, homeowners association (HOA) litigation, lemon law, and defense against debt collectors. Additionally Rachel volunteers her time pro bono at the King County Neighborhood Legal Clinic, Snohomish County Legal Services, and the Serving Our Seniors Will Clinic to assist low income and moderate
means individuals.

Prior to joining Washington Debt Law, Rachel worked at a prominent creditor debtor rights firms in downtown Seattle and has also maintainsed a separate boutique practice focusing on bankruptcy, condo & HOA hoa litigation, lemon law, and estate planning. Rachel is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law and received her undergraduate degree in Political Science.