I am a person who has overcome great adversity in life by always seeking to learn,... more
I am a person who has overcome great adversity in life by always seeking to learn, grow, live with integrity, and try to help others. I am a fighter, but one who knows the difference between a laser guided missile and a shotgun. One who knows when to talk, when to walk, and when to load for bear. Why I am an attorney? One of my greatest life joys is helping my clients ensure that they are abl... view profile
I devote my practice entirely to family law, with a focus on complex parenting cases.... more
I devote my practice entirely to family law, with a focus on complex parenting cases. These types of cases are my focus because I enjoy helping parents get through the difficult and stressful process of a divorce or custody proceeding feeling informed and empowered. I believe that my role as an attorney is not only to help the client understand the law and how it will impact their life, but als... view profile
In 1980, Mark Olson began practicing family law in Seattle.Over thirty years of... more
In 1980, Mark Olson began practicing family law in Seattle.Over thirty years of experience means wisdom and understanding. Mark has litigated complex, high-profile cases and quietly mediated cases; multimillion-dollar settlements to pro bono work. Mark has argued before the United States Supreme Court, Chaired the Family Law Section for the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, is past pr... view profile
Heritage M. Filer concentrates her practice on representing clients with a variety... more
Heritage M. Filer concentrates her practice on representing clients with a variety of family law issues, including: dissolutions, legal separations, paternity, relocation of children, meretricious relationships, asset and debt division, child support, and issues regarding contempt of court motions.
A divorce lawyer helps you if you no longer want to be married. Whether you want a legal separation or the marriage ended, divorce lawyers assist you to arrange financial and family matters, typically in a negotiation with your spouse's lawyer. Alimony, child custody, child support, and a fair division of community assets (like who keeps the house or how your checking and savings accounts are divided) are matters that a divorce lawyer is trained to help determine.