Mary B. Reiten, Esq., Senior Attorney at Peryea Silver Taylor, P.S., has significant experience representing both condominium associations and their members, counseling them through disputes and, when needed, instituting litigation. Mary has been practicing law for over 20 years and is licensed in Washington, California, and Alaska (inactive). She tailors her services to the needs of her clients. Together, you and Mary will design a response oriented towards litigation or mediation as the specifics of your case demand. Mary’s years of experience include many trials involving complex litigation, and she obtained a mediation certification from the King County Dispute Resolution Center to help her clients resolve differences outside the courtroom. Whether your dispute is about the exercise of board powers, assessments, maintenance, construction, covenant enforcement, an interpersonal dispute—or something unheard of—Mary works hard to find a solution in an efficient and timely manner. Mary also practices real estate law, business litigation, and consumer law. She has successfully represented clients in cases involving breach of purchase and sale agreements, auto fraud, timber trespass, easements, commission disputes, guarantees, commercial lease disputes, and partnership disputes.
Bennett Taylor, Esq., is a shareholder attorney with the law firm of Peryea Silver Taylor. He counsels community associations on a broad variety of legal issues pertaining to its governance and solvency. More specifically, his primary practice areas include collections, foreclosure, bankruptcy, judgment enforcement, and general legal issues related to real property. He is a 2004 graduate of the University of Washington and a 2008 graduate of the Gonzaga University School of Law. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, friends and torturing himself with the game of golf.