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Attorney Stephan Fjelstad to Retire May 1

On Behalf of | Mar 7, 2024 | Firm News

After 17 years with our firm, attorney Stephan Fjelstad will be retiring from the practice of law. His official retirement date is May 1, 2024, though he will be available to clients to wind up outstanding projects.

Stephan began serving community association clients principally since he joined the firm in 2007. Immediately prior to joining this firm, he was owner of a law firm practicing commercial and real property litigation, and business advising. Before that he was a full-time litigator with the Seattle law firm Tousley Brain Stephens and with the San Francisco firm Carroll, Burdick & McDonough. His legal career has spanned 37 years.

While an attorney with our firm, his practice centered on general counsel, contract drafting and dispute resolution for community association clients. Services included covenants interpretation and enforcement, construction contract drafting, major building repair and rehabilitation project guidance, association governance, and general vendor agreements review and revision.

Stephan’s retirement plans include chasing wild trout, steelhead and salmon in the rivers of Montana, Michigan, Alaska, France, and Iceland. Stephan and his wife Kris, with close friends, are building a cabin this year on a blue-ribbon trout stream in Montana. Other plans include bird watching on all six continents, and seeing all 19 known paintings by Leonardo de Vinci. When Stephan is not traveling the globe, you will likely spot him attending Mariners and Kraken games while in Seattle.
Stephan Fjelstad