Attorney Profile

With over thirty years of legal experience, John A. Long has a wealth of knowledge & resources to apply to your unique situation. His tenacious approach to protecting the interests of each and every one of his clients has earned him a reputation as a formidable legal ally in real estate law, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy & mortgage finance matters.


Valuable Insight & Experience

John Long has been on both sides of the fence, as a lender representative as well as a borrower advocate. This provides him with a notable understanding of mortgage finance and real estate matters that he uses to his clients advantage. After obtaining his law degree from the University of Southern California, John began practicing in California in 1971 before moving to Washington and opening his private practice in 1985.

Practice Areas

For straight answers regarding your real estate or financial options, callĀ (425) 427-9660.

The Law Offices of John A. Long provides a safe and confidential environment for you to gain a clear understanding of what you are facing. We take a common sense and realistic approach to each case. Our mission is to clear away the mis-information regarding our practice areas. We won’t simply tell you what you want to hear. We will tell you what you need to know.


  • Undergraduate – University of Southern California
  • Juris Doctorate – University of Southern California (With Honors)


John A Long is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and is fully licensed to practice law in Washington state.

Lectures & Instruction

  • Speaker for “Loan Officers: Independent Contractor or Employee…”, Meydenbauer Center, September 2005.
  • Instructor for Mortgage Learning , Course #0150, 2008 Mortgage Broker Changes, 2008 and Mortgage Broker Compliance Institute, LLC – Loan Officer Examination Preparatory Course, 2007.

Call The Law Offices of John A. Long atĀ (425) 427-9660 to speak with an experienced Washington real estate law attorney and foreclosure defense lawyer.

The Law Offices of John A. Long