Rachel Felbeck

King County Collaborative Law
11120
Bellevue, Washington 98004
United States
Office: 425/822-0283
Member since 2005
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Estate Law, Family Law, Mediation, Other, Trainer, Dispute Resolution for the Marijuana Community
License(s): JD - Seattle University 1994 ~Washington State Bar Association ~US District Court - Western District of Washington
Professional Activities: Elected Member - Washington State Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee (2005-2008) ~Past-President - King County Collaborative Law ~Past Board Member - King County Collaborative Law ~Member- King County Bar Association - Collaborative Law and Family Law Sections ~Member - Eastside Collaborative Practice Pod ~
Comments: I've been practicing family law for fourteen years, initially focusing on divorce litigation. Having directly witnessed the trauma associated with litigated divorces, I developed a strong interest in the Collaborative Divorce model, which has been implemented in many other states - and I decided to focus my efforts on bringing the Collaborative Divorce framework to Washington State. For Washington State residents, Collaborative Divorce is now a well-established viable alternative to litigated (adversarial) divorces. As the founder of the Collaborative Divorce movement in Washington State, I have strong experience working within the Collaborative model - which I believe to be a dramatically better framework for divorce, in terms of emotional and financial cost - as well as long-term satisfaction with the settlement provisions. The process scales very well for any estate size.