Snapshot: Angel Base understands your legal matters are significant to you regardless of the size of the issue. Legal matters can affect your dignity and leave you feeling frustrated and powerless to make a difference in your life. When you need diligent and discerning legal representation from a compassionate advocate, give Angel Base a call!
Background: Angel Base is a sole practitioner in Spokane, WA, practicing primarily in family law and general practice. Before attending law school, Angel obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Social Work at Walla Walla University and subsequently worked in child counseling and juvenile detention. Angel has an extensive history with public service, serving in paid and unpaid public service roles with Red Cross, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, DSHS Child and Family Services, Washington Children’s Home Society, youth service clubs, and school boards at the elementary and secondary levels. Before graduating from Gonzaga University School of Law, Angel worked at University Legal Assistance and served as a Rule 9 Legal Intern with the Washington Attorney General’s Office. Prior to licensure as an attorney in Washington, Angel began serving as a Guardian Ad Litem in Spokane County under Title 26, representing the best interests of children in family law matters. Currently, in addition to serving as Assistant Director of a local youth service club and volunteering with a local school, Angel is active with the Volunteer Lawyer’s Program (VLP) in Spokane and is an active member of the Spokane County Bar Association’s CLE Committee, the Family Law Section, the Young Lawyer’s Division, and the Solo and Small Practice Section as Chair. At the state level, Angel is a member of the Washington State Bar Association's Solo and Small Practice Section Executive Committee. In her spare time, Angel enjoys all manner of outdoor recreation and is an active member of a local running club. Angel is glad to call Spokane home, and looks forward to continued involvement in the community at the local and statewide levels.
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