Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law provides personalized service and quality legal representation for Spokane individuals and families alike.
Unlike the often impersonal service you might expect from a large law firm, when you work with Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law, you will receive individualized attention from a solo practitioner who has served Spokane County effectively since 1980. Mr. Kempner strives to be an integral part of the Spokane community by positioning his employment and family law firm in a historic house near Gonzaga University, rather than a large corporate office downtown.
Whether you need help reviewing an employment agreement or filing for divorce, Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law has the experience, knowledge and dedication to tackle your unique issue.
Get the focused attention your employment or family law case deserves — simply call (509) 484-1104 to get started.
Areas of Practice
Family law disputes are emotionally taxing ordeals that no one should have to face alone. If you're in the midst of a family legal issue, contact Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law as soon as possible.
Filing for divorce is not a straightforward process. If you're considering getting a divorce, it's important to work with an experienced Spokane divorce attorney who can explain your options clearly.
The safety and well-being of your children is your top priority as a parent — child custody matters are no exception. Stanley A. Kempner Jr. understands this and does not take protecting your family's future lightly.
As a divorced, separated or unmarried parent, the time you get to spend with your children is valuable. At Stanley A. Kempner Jr. Attorney at Law, we will help you receive or maintain adequate visitation time with your children.
Caring for children consists of more than just emotional support — financial responsibilities also come with the territory. Even if you and the other parent of your children are divorced, each parent is legally responsible for supporting the children financially.
Once a custody or support order has been submitted, that does not mean it is set in stone for eternity. If you or your former spouse encounter a major life change (i.e. large increase/decrease in income), you may be able to modify an existing agreement.
Determining paternity means determining fatherhood. Once paternity is determined, a legal relationship is created between the father and children. Don't miss out on your children's lives — call us today.
After a divorce, one spouse may be entitled to receive spousal support, or "alimony." If you think you may be eligible to receive spousal support, contact a Spokane County family lawyer right away.
If you've been wronged as an employer or employee and want to take action, attorney Stanley A. Kempner Jr. can help fight for your rights. Call our office at (509) 484-1104 to get started today.
It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against you based on factors such as your religion, race, color, sex, national origin, veteran status, pregnancy, age or disability in the State of Washington.
In Washington State, being fired or laid off constitutes eligibility for unemployment. While not a long-term source of income, unemployment benefits can help you get back on your feet after losing your job.
Sexual harassment is considered a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in Washington. Don't hesitate — get the help you deserve by calling (509) 484-1104.
Wage & Hour Disputes
Wage and hour disputes may include issues related to pay requirements, payroll record confidentiality, inadequate breaks, overtime violations, and more.
Under the State Employee Whistleblower Protection Act, Washington State employees are encouraged to report suspected improper governmental action.
From severance agreements to non-compete agreements, employers may require you to sign several documents upon being hired. If the terms of these agreements have been violated in any way, you need legal representation.
Family and Medical Leave Act
If you have been unfairly treated by your employer with respect to medical leave or pregnancy leave, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) has been violated. Get help now. Call (509) 484-1104 for more information.
Under Washington State law, employers are not generally required to provide severance pay unless they have agreed to do so or have failed to comply with federal plant closing laws. Questions? Stanley can help.
Although Washington is an at-will employment state (meaning an employer can fire you at any time for any reason or no reason at all), you may still be able to file a lawsuit if you were wrongfully terminated.
This website is designed for general information only. The information presented should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.