Since 1979, Gaylerd Masters has acquired vast experience handling legal matters such as criminal cases (3 years with Pierce County’s prosecuting attorney office) and has defended numerous felonies, misdemeanors, DUI, and traffic cases. He has decades of experience handling probates, Wills and related documents, estate planning, divorce and family law matters, serious auto accidents and insurance claims, real estate, and business planning matters. He has handled probate matters for more than 30 years and has focused his practice on probates, Wills, transfer of a decedent’s real property to heirs or buyers in probate, guardianship, and other estate planning related matters.
University of Puget Sound School of Law which is now succeeded by Seattle University School of Law; Brigham Young University; Curtis High School in University Place, WA. Date Admitted to the Bar: 1979, Washington
Family life and activities with wife of more than 40 years, 3 children and spouses and 6 grandchildren; boating; travel; hobbies; charity and church service.
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Admitted to practice law in the State of Washington and the United States Federal District Court for Western Washington. Washington State Bar Association; Tacoma/Pierce County Bar Association; Church lay leadership for 45+ years; Boy Scouts of America; Board Member of Associated Ministries of Pierce County.