L. Brooks Baldwin

17565 - 47th Ave. NE
Lake Forest Park, Washington 98155
United States
Office Phone: (206) 307-2472
Member since 2018
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Lawyer, Mediator

Providing compassion and dignity in guiding divorcing couples towards the mutual creation of workable divorce settlements is the focal point of Baldwin Collaborative Law.

Our practice focuses exclusively on collaborative divorce and legal separation, mediation, and limited scope family law services. We help you reach agreement in your divorce and separation in a supportive, respectful and cost-effective manner, allowing you and your spouse to make the decisions about your future and your children's future - without going to court. We understand and respect your unique needs - we even make house calls.

The Seattle community is home to a dedicated group of collaboratively-trained lawyers, mental health professionals, mediators and financial specialists offering skilled and compassionate services to divorcing couples.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation, Other, Teaching
License(s): Licensed Member of the Washington State Bar Association (1989) ~ ~

Professional Activities

Co-Founder of Divorce Well - A Divorce Wellness Project Active in King County Collaborative Law (KCCL),, Cascadia Collaborative Divorce Alliance, and Seattle-area Collaborative Community. Past Mentorship Chair of KCCL; Past Public Outreach Chair of KCCL Public Speaker for KCCL and Collaborative Professionals of WA Conference Lead Divorce Support Group Facilitator at Seattle's University Presbyterian Church and Tacoma's University Place Presbyterian Church, 2005 - 2014.

Undergraduate Education

University of Washington, BA, Political Science

Postgraduate Education

University of San Diego School of Law
Seattle University School of Law, JD

Professional Education

University of Washington School of Law, Professional Mediation Training
Bellevue College, Risk Management Certificate
University Presbyterian Church, Stephen Ministry Training