I am very priviledged to continue to provide family law legal services throughout... more
I am very priviledged to continue to provide family law legal services throughout Pierce and Kitsap Counties. I welcome new cases in traditional litigation, uncontested matters, and collaborative law. I am happy to work with clients who are local or who live in other jurisdictions/states. I have been practicing family exclusively since 2010 and have been practicing law in general since 2... view profile
Prior to entering law school, I volunteered for the Seattle Public Defenders office... more
Prior to entering law school, I volunteered for the Seattle Public Defenders office assisting the office by conducting witness interviews and investigations. During my third year of law school, I worked as a law clerk for a trust and probate litigation firm in Tacoma, Washington. I am advocate for early childhood education and have volunteered my time on the parent’s boards of the Denise ... view profile
David is originally from Raleigh, North Carolina. After attending college and... more
David is originally from Raleigh, North Carolina. After attending college and working as a humanitarian volunteer in Hong Kong, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. His tour on board the USS Nimitz introduced him into the Pacific Northwest, which he and his family call home. While in the Navy, he earned a B.S. in Business and began attending Law School. Following his graduation from Seattle University... view profile
Attorney Stacey Swenhaugen handles a wide variety of family law related cases... more
Attorney Stacey Swenhaugen handles a wide variety of family law related cases including child custody, paternity matters, relocation, child support or any other divorce related case. Don't hesitate to call Benjamin & Healy and speak with attorney Stacey Swenhaugen about your case.
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