Josh Brothers

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Josh Brothers

Brother Henderson Dussault, PS

2722 Eastlake Avenue, East
Seattle, WA 98102
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Admitted to practice in the State of Washington (2004), United States Federal District Court (2004) and United State Ninth Circuit Court (2005). Juris Doctor, University of San Diego, 2004, Bachelor of Science (Political Science), University of Washington, 2000, and a member of the Washington State Bar Association and Seattle-King County Bar Association.

Mr. Brother's practice focuses on special needs trusts development and administration, benefits advocacy and appeals, guardianship, estate planning, probate, and special education advocacy and litigation. While in Law School, Mr. Brothers served as an intern at the Special Education Legal Clinic. He was one of 60 cyclist in the 1999 Push America Journey of Hope bicycle ride from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., raising money and awareness for people with disabilities. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Arc of King County, the Governing Board for the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Life Opportunities Trust, and the Advisory Board for the Autism Society of Washington. He is also a member of the Washington State Arc and the Autism Society of America and of Washington.

Mr. Brothers was named as a 2009 Super Lawyers Rising Star by Washington Law & Politics.

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