Morton McGoldrick has a long history and deep roots in Pierce County. The firm has grown from a small firm founded in the early 1900s by Frank C. Neal called “Neal, Bonneville & Hughes,” to a major presence in the Pierce County legal community. In the 1970s, the firm name was changed to Bonneville, Viert, Morton & McGoldrick. Upon the retirement of William G. Viert, the firm became Morton McGoldrick, P.S. For over 90 years we have served individuals and businesses throughout the state of Washington and we continue to provide outstanding professional services for all of our clients’ legal needs.
While ardently committed to being on the cutting edge of legal and technological advancements, Morton McGoldrick’s traditional values remain concrete, and our commitment to the founding principles that established our firm nearly a century ago, remain unwavering.
Morton McGoldrick is successful because our team delivers what our clients demand and deserve – high quality legal services provided in a timely and efficient manner. Our approach is reflected in our client relationships. We are not simply attorneys – we are problem solvers, and we remain committed to improving our processes and expanding our services to meet the legal demands of the communities we serve.