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Wes McMahon Real Estate Lawyer Seattle

Wesley C. McMahon

Bellevue, Washington

(206) 777-1435

I started practicing law in 2009 and, being a big music fan, out of law school I worked at Capitol Records in Los Angeles where I drafted and negotiated contracts for bands of the record company, putting their music in TV shows, film, commercials and video games. Some of the projects I worked on include Nike commercials, the films Inception and Scott Pilgrim v. The World, as well as video games Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero.

After living in Los Angeles I moved to Denver, Colorado where I worked for a national law firm in the Energy and Natural Resources practice. In Denver my practice focused on complex real estate and business transactions for Fortune 100 clients, primarily in the energy sector. During this time I was fortunate enough to lead teams of up to ten people in the due diligence phase of acquisitions of assets valued up to $6.5 billion.

Working for a larger firm provided a lot of great experience I would not have been able to get anywhere else, but in 2017 I decided to move back to my home state of Washington to start Moultray & McMahon with Josh. In making that move I pivoted my practice from advising big corporate clients to advising individuals and small businesses with their real estate and business needs. My clientele now primarily consists of real estate investors and home buyers/sellers looking to cut out broker commissions when buying and selling properties, as well as small businesses who are just getting up and running. I also review and negotiate a lot of commercial lease agreements for individuals and small businesses.

I received my B.S. in Psychology from Washington State University in 2005 and graduated from the New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts in 2009. I have also been a guest lecturer at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law on numerous occasions. I am licensed to practice law in Colorado, New York and Washington.

I went to WSU so Saturdays in the fall are generally pretty stressful, but I get away from Cougar football by doing a lot of skiing and going to concerts in Seattle.