MLG Approved as Attorney by Landlord Association of the Inland Northwest
The Mayo Law Group PLLC (“MLG”) is pleased to announce that The Landlord Association of the Inland Northwest (“LLA”) has selected it as an approved attorney provider due to our expertise of property ownership and management.
The LLA seeks to provide quality landlord support services to our landlord, property management, and commercial members, focusing on the successful ownership and management of their properties.
A private non-profit corporation, the LLA was formed in 1971 by residential property owners and managers concerned with creating and maintaining an atmosphere in which small (or large) private enterprises could survive the increasing demands made by government agencies, legislative action and tenant groups.
Today, more than forty years later, you will still find the same dedication to maintaining the atmosphere. By education, legislative action and service, LLA has earned the right to be the leading resource for those who own or manage residential rental property.
About The Mayo Law Group PLLC
MLG is a full-service transactional and litigation firm operated by Mack and Katie Mayo, a husband-and-wife lawyer and paralegal team with exceptional knowledge of law and business.
Katie Mayo, the managing paralegal, has her B.A. and Master’s Degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. She has owned and operated several highly successful businesses in the region. Before going into the law, she successfully ran a business as a professional horse trainer and served as a licensed counselor to underprivileged youth facing substance abuse issue.
Mack Mayo, the managing attorney, obtained his B.A. from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and his J.D. from Charleston School of Law before settling in Spokane, Washington to be a litigator. He has been selected as a Washington State Super Lawyer Rising Star for seven straight years for Business & Corporate Law and Class Actions & Mass Torts.
MLG has successfully performed hundreds of evictions; overseen complex secured transactions and business-to-business sales; prepared promissory notes, mortgages, and deeds of trusts for the purchase and sale of real estate (residential and commercial); tried cases to verdict, including obtaining a $850,000.00 verdict against the State of Washington for wrongful conviction; and successfully argued before the Washington Supreme Court. Currently, MLG represents dozens of businesses, including real estate owners, landlords, and property managers, in litigation and transactional matters, and as their general outside counsel.