Seattle, Washington 98101
My client and I work together as a team to work through one of the most difficult periods in their lives. My experience and guidance, coupled with their dedication and desire to achieve the best results for their family, helps us work towards a fair settlement for everyone.
Collaborative practice allows parties to maintain a working co-parenting relationship and avoids the potential stress and difficulty of litigation. Please do not hesitate to contact me to set up a consult to determine whether collaborative practice is right for your family or, if not, what other options may be available to you. I practice all areas of family law and am committed to helping you determine which avenue will offer you the best results.
Professional ActivitiesIn addition to my law practice, I am also an adjunct law professor at Seattle University School of Law where I teach family law, legal writing, and advanced civil procedure.
B.A., University of California at Davis
J.D., Seattle University School of Law
Law Clerk to Judge Mary I. Yu, King County Superior Court
CommentsCollaborative practice offers clients a constructive, balanced, and guided process to help them resolve their family law disputes. I thoroughly enjoy my work and look forward to helping my clients reach the best results possible for themselves and their children. I firmly believe in a team approach with my client and I working together to achieve their goals.