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Brock and Tim were both raised in Skagit County and grateful to have returned after law school to practice law in such a beautiful area. They are both very active in their local community, being members of the Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club and volunteering their time to several local organizations, committees and events.

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Attorney At Law

Brock was bom on May 26, 1960, the proud son of William & Betty Stiles, and raised in Sedro-Woolley with his four brothers Bill ll, Bob, Brian, and Bret, and sister Becky. He attended schools in the Sedro-Woolley School District at Mary Purcell, Central, Cascade and Sedro-Woolley High School. In high school, he was ASB President and captain of the golf team. After graduating from high school in 1978, he attended the University of Washington were he received a political science degree in 1982. He then attended the Willamette University College of Law and received a juris doctor degree in 1985. He has
practiced law in Sedro-Woolley beginning in June 1986 with his father William (who started the practice in 1951) and brother Brian (who is currently a Skagit County Superior Court Judge).


He served as Public Defender for the Town of Concrete from 1987 to 2004, and the Sedro-Woolley Civil Service Examiner from 2001- 2015. He has been the
Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court Judge since 2015. Brock has served as President of several organizations: Sedro-Woolley Loggerodeo, Skagit County Community Action Agency, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Sedro-Woolley Youth Orchestra, Sedro-Woolley Schools Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County, and Sedro-Woolley Rotary.


He was also the Rotary District 5050 Assistant Governor from 2009-2012. He has
chaired the Skagit County Bar Association Liberty Bell Award Committee from 2000-2017. He was chair of the Sedro-Woolley School Levy Election Committee for 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010.

Brock enjoys helping to organize The Great Sedro-Woolley Footrace held every July 4th. He and his family have also enjoyed hosting numerous foreign exchange students over the years.

Brock is blessed to have married Katherine on November 19, 1988, for their two
children, Sarah and Jonathon, and for their granddaughter Austen.

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Attorney At Law

Tim is a native to Skagit County, graduating from Mount Vernon High School in 2003. Prior to graduating college and attending law school, Tim enjoyed living in Florence, Italy and San Diego, California.


He eventually returned to Washington to attend Seattle University, where he earned a degree in political science graduating magna cum laude as well as on the President’s List and Dean’s List. He went on to graduate cum laude from Seattle University School of Law. While at Seattle U Law, Tim received the CALI Award for Excellence in Legal Writing II. He was in the Real Estate Law Student Association, sat on the Judicial Board for the SU Law Student Bar Association and was the Vice President of the Federalist Society, Seattle U Law Chapter.


Also during law school, Tim clerked for all four judges at the Skagit
County Superior Court. He also interned at a criminal defense firm downtown Seattle and was a judicial extern for the Honorable Lisa R. Worswick at the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division II in Tacoma, WA.

Tim is a member of the Northwest Washington Estate Planning Council, a board member for the Skagit Community Foundation, Secretary Treasurer of the Skagit County Bar Association and a member of the Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club.

Seattle University, B.A., Political Science, magna cum laude, 2012
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2015


Admitted to Practice:
Washington State Bar, 2015


Professional Affiliations:

Washington State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Skagit County Bar Association
Tau Sigma Academic Honor Society for Transfer Students (Seattle University)
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International, Harry S. Truman Chapter (Seattle U Law)




Legal Assistant

Julie Huerta joined our team as a Legal Assistant in 2004. She grew in Skagit County and graduated from Sedro-Woolley High School in 2002. She is married with two children and Sprocket, her annoying yet cuddly chihuahua. In her free time, Julie enjoys reading, hiking trips with her family and cheering her kids on at soccer games.





Sarah was raised in Sedro-Woolley and spent eight years living in San Diego, CA. She moved back to Washington in 2015 to raise her daughter, Austen, around her family. Sarah joined Stiles Law in September, 2018. She currently lives in Arlington with her family and is working on finishing her Bachelor of Science in Public Administration at the University of Phoenix.





Sheri Paulsen joined Stiles Law in 2019 and serves as our Receptionist. Sheri is originally from Montana but has spent a large portion of her life in Skagit Valley. Sheri is a wife, a mother and a proud member of the Sedro-Woolley community. She is the first face you see at Stiles Law and is always here to greet you with a smile and a helping hand.





Wendy grew up in Forks, Washington. She moved to the Skagit Valley in 1996 to attend college. She joined Stiles Law in 1998. Outside of work, Wendy enjoys photography, scrapbooking, reading and jogging. She also enjoys attending her children’s sporting events and is involved with their baseball board groups.





Eric is a life-long resident of Sedro-Woolley, attending school at Mary Purcell and Central Elementary and later graduating from Mount Vernon Christian High School in 2004. While in high school he was a member of the Sedro-Woolley Swim and Golf teams; lettering and qualifying for districts in both sports.

After high school, Eric moved to the east coast and attended Patrick Henry College in Northern Virginia. He graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Government – Public Policy. While living in Washington, D.C., Eric enjoyed his time working in the United States Senate and focused a lot of his efforts on human
rights legislation and projects. Upon moving back to Sedro-Woolley, he put his experience to work by volunteering to campaign for school levies and bonds and joined the Sedro-Woolley Planning Commission in 2011.

Though he worked off and on with Stiles Law throughout high school and some summers in college, Eric became a full-time employee at the beginning of 2012. Starting out at the front desk, he has since worked his way into the back office and specializes in assisting the attorneys with real estate, estate planning and corporate matters.

Eric cherishes living in Sedro-Woolley and enjoys giving back where and when he can. He is involved with the Sedro-Woolley Chamber as a Chamber Ambassador and currently serves as the Chairman of the Planning Commission, Board Treasurer of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Skagit County and member of the
Sedro-Woolley Rotary. Additionally, he was elected to the Sedro-Woolley School Board in 2017 and has a deep passion for supporting its students and teachers.

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