Dylan has worked as an attorney on all types of family law cases including modification trials, divorces, non-parent custody, paternity, protection orders, and adoptions. Dylan first began appearing in court in 2011, not as a lawyer but as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for foster children in Multnomah County. He continued to volunteer as a CASA for over five years, and family law was a natural extension of his child welfare work. He has been practicing law since 2013, when as a Lewis & Clark law student he qualified for the Oregon law student appearance program and handled family and business law, bankruptcy, and landlord-tenant cases. He is currently licensed in Washington and Oregon. Dylan is a doubly certified Guardian ad Litem, under both Revised Code of Washington Title 11 (probate and trust law) and Title 26 (domestic relations). He is also experienced in collecting monetary judgments, including garnishments and debtor’s exams.
Dylan didn't go directly to college from high school, instead working for the tile setting company that his grandfather founded in the 1980's. After mastering the trade and building his own independent business, he wanted to expand his opportunities with a college degree. He majored in history, specializing in the history of science and the U.S. Constitution. Dylan’s family originally came west from Kansas toward the end of the Dust Bowl, settling in the Pacific Northwest. In his free time, Dylan likes to visit his property up in the Idaho panhandle and remodel houses.
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