Timothy Dack


Bankruptcy Attorney

Washington, 9th Circuit, Federal Circuit

Vancouver, WA 98666-1645

About Timothy Dack

Timothy Dack is a bankruptcy attorney in Vancouver, WA admitted to practice in Washington with additional expertise in business law, estate planning, foreclosure defense, real estate law and probate..

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Timothy Dack's office is located at 1014 Franklin Street, Suite 102 Vancouver, WA 98666-1645.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Washington

    Admitted in

Education and training

  • J.D. (1989) | Doctor of Jurisprudence

    1986 - 1989

  • Montana State University - Bozeman

    B.S. (1986) | Bachelor of Science in Business, Minor in Finance

    1981 - 1986

Languages

  • English

Websites

Timothy Dack's Office Location

1014 Franklin Street, Suite 102

Vancouver, WA 98666-1645


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Timothy Dack practice in?

Timothy Dack is admitted to practice in Washington.

What types of law does Timothy Dack practice?

Timothy Dack practices bankruptcy law as well as business law, estate planning, foreclosure defense, real estate law and probate.

Where is Timothy Dack's office located?

Timothy Dack's office is located at 1014 Franklin Street, Suite 102 Vancouver, WA 98666-1645.

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