Jim Westberg is a life-long resident of the Palouse having served as a respected attorney in Latah County and Whitman County for over 40 years. His practice focuses on Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration, Real Estate transactions, and Business Formation.
Raised in southern Colorado, Aaron and his family fell in love with the Palouse and moved here in 2012. Aaron's practice centers on Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Estate Planning (wills and trusts), and Business Formation. Aaron has taught estate planning courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Idaho College of Law and is the co-author of the widely utilized 2016 article Medicaid Planning in Idaho. Aaron speaks frequently about elder law issues and Medicaid planning including presenting at the Idaho Annual Estate Planning Conference.
Cody was born in Moscow and grew up in Pullman. His practice areas include Civil Litigation, Real Estate transactions and disputes, Landlord/Tenant issues, Business and Employment issues, and Probate Administration and Will Contests. Cody is actively engaged in the local and legal communities, serving as President of the Board of Directors for the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center and President of the Ray McNichols Chapter of the American Inns of Court. Prior to becoming an attorney, Cody served two terms of public service in Americorps, managed a non-profit organization in Spokane dedicated to home rehabilitation for seniors, veterans, and families in need. Cody also worked in public relations for the nation's top food safety law firm in Seattle before moving back to the Palouse.
Erin Tomlin is a Moscow Native dedicated to serving her community. Her practice centers on Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Adoption, Guardianships, Criminal Defense, and Municipal law. Erin was formerly the Assistant Attorney and Prosecutor for the City of Moscow as well as a Public Defender and Guardian ad Litem for children in need. In 2017 she received the University of Idaho Virginia Wolf Award for her service to the greater Palouse community. Erin has taught at the University of Idaho College of Law as an adjunct professor teaching Lawyering Process and Domestic Violence andthe Law.